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Cheyenne Torres



Cheyenne Torres is a double major in Psychology and Art Therapy with a Behavioral Analysis Certification. She works as a part of the MAPS program here at WVU gaining more practice in her Art Therapy major. She also is a part of the RAP program, a research apprenticeship program where she does research on the underrepresentation of women in STEM fields. She also is an active participant in the Collegiate Recovery Program, NAACP, Black Student Union and 100 Black Women. She wanted to join the Diversity Ambassador team because she believes that WVU could always make the school a more inclusive and safer environment for marginalized people. There's no better place to do that than being a part of a team that instills just that.

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– Board of Governors Rule 1.6

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