Amaya Dressler '25

Bio/Description

Amaya Dressler is a junior in the Anthropology department working towards minors in Neuroscience and Humanistic Studies. Her interests lie in the intersections of body and psyche, with her academic studies focusing on phenomenology, embodiment, cognitive science, and religious studies. On campus, she works as a Learning Consultant at the McGraw Center, a Symposiarch for the Humanities Sequence, and a staff writer for Princeton Correspondents of Undergraduate Research (PCUR). She was previously the 2022 Community Action Fellow for Sustainability and is currently a member of the Behrmann Society for Undergraduate Fellows. She can happily be reached at [email protected] for questions about the Anthropology major, departmental tracks, study abroad, or life on campus.