Originally from Orono, Maine, Nash spent two years at the University of Maine before making Ithaca and Alice Cook House his home when he transferred to Cornell in the fall of 2016.
Since he realizes that college is not a race and that transferring can sometimes be a bit complicated, Nash says he is a fourth-year student, studying bioengineering. He works in the Schaffer-Nishimura Lab developing new optical tools for studying heart disease and is very committed to sustainability issues and groups on campus. Nash also spent a lot of time last year meeting new friends at Cook House events and is looking forward to doing that again this year.
In his free time, Nash loves being outdoors climbing, running, skiing, mountain biking, hiking. He also loves all types of puzzles, podcasts, and spending time with friends and family.Nash knows that life can be a rollercoaster and he loves to talk, and even more to listen; so whether it’s an up or a down, come share (or at least let me tell you about my life).