"DURI was an amazing experience for me, especially because it helped me develop my skills as a researcher. It also showed me that I can pursue the ideas that I’m interested in (i.e. Afro-latinidad) while also connecting it to my interests in the sciences (i.e. mental health within the Afro-latinx community)."
Diana is still an NYU student, and she is set to graduate in spring of 2019. Diana plans to pursue medical school. Additionally, Diana joined the EMPOWER Lab at NYU, which is a lab centered around Gender Based Violence. She has applied for a fellowship with the American Voices Project, which relies on immersive interviews to deliver a comprehensive portrait of American life.