Owen Morrish is a first-year Eminence Fellow at The Ohio State University. Originally from Grand Island, New York, he came to Ohio State to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Romance Studies with minors in Education and International Relations. While his anticipated career path remains uncertain, he hopes to attend graduate school and work within the field of education.
Outside of the classroom, he is very involved with the Eminence service project, which aims to promote technological literacy among populations experiencing homelessness to allow for enhanced job competitiveness and socioeconomic mobility. He works part-time as an Administrative Assistant in the Psychological Services Center within the Department of Psychology, a clinic on campus that provides evidence-based psychological treatments for a range of issues.
He is also looking forward to volunteering at Star House and Community Refugee and Immigration Services and becoming more involved with psychological research on campus. Lastly, he is involved with the Bucks for TOPS program, which aims to raise money to fund scholarships for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities seeking opportunities for higher education.
In his free time, he enjoys studying new languages, swimming at the RPAC, practicing his photography skills, and exploring new parks and neighborhoods in Columbus.