Cal State University’s Palm Desert Campus has named Sofia Torres-Crespo of Palm Springs as its Outstanding Undergraduate Student for 2021.
Torres-Crespo will two Bachelor of Arts degrees during a virtual commencement on May 22nd 2021.
One is a degree in psychology, with a concentration in industrial and organizational psychology.
The other is a degree in business administration, with a concentration in management.
Graduating Magna Cum Laude and with honors, Torres-Crespo says that she was inspired by her peers to be involved in student leadership positions at the Palm Desert Campus and participated in many campus organizations and activities, including serving as an orientation leader, president of the PDC Psychology Club, an instructional student assistant in the campus’s Student Success Center and a member of the PDC Student Ambassadors Society.
During her time at PDC, Torres-Crespo was a Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Scholar, was on the Dean’s List of Distinguished Students, interned with the CSUSB Institute for Child Development and Family Relations and the Annenberg Foundation at Sunnylands Center & Gardens, and continues to do research through the Psychology Department Honors program.
Torres-Crespo was recently accepted into CSUSB’s master of science in industrial and organizational psychology program, and is looking forward to a career in Human Resources.
For more information about the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, contact Mike Singer in the Office of Strategic Communication at [email protected] or (760) 341-2883, ext. 78107, or visit the PDC website at www.csusb.edu/pdc.
Sofia Torres-Crespo, Undergraduate Student of the Year in 2021 at Cal State Palm Desert, Photo from Cal State University Palm Desert Ca