Adamary Rosas is currently a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She is currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Chemistry minor. Adamary was born in Swainsboro, Georgia but spent a majority of her life in Winona, Minnesota.
Outside of being a full time student, Adamary finds joy in painting, hiking, hammocking, biking, exercising, long-boarding, reading, and spending time with family and friends. She tries to be as adventurous, creative, and outdoorsy as she possibly can. One of the many ways Adamary is preparing for her field of study (Clinical Psychology) is through working as a caregiver. Here she receives hands-on experience of working with adults with severe mental disorders.
Through the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire McNair program Adamary paired up with Dr. April Bleske-Rechek and together they are working on research that aims to shed some light on the importance of preventing burnout in the workforce. More importantly they hope to find a brief but reliable assessment of where employees stand that can bring corporations to take certain steps in preventing/intervening burnout. Adamary and Dr. April Bleske-Rechek partnered with Mayo Clinic Health System in conducting their research, which will include both physicians, nurses and other allied health providers from Mayo Clinic Health System, and a representative sample of faculty and instructional staff from UWEC and UWEC-Barron County. Upon Completing her bachelor’s degree, Adamary is looking to pursue a research assistant position before pursuing her Ph.D.