While pursuing a major in psychological & brain sciences and a minor in history, Hagan spent much of his undergraduate time at the Tucker Foundation and in the woodworking workshop. As student director of Habitat for Humanity, Hagan helped oversee the construction of the 2011 Big Green House, a highly energy-efficient home. He also co-chaired Special Olympics. In the woodworking workshop, Hagan assisted fellow students with academic and personal projects. His own work earned him a scholarship to the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship and has been featured in several exhibits. Throughout his time at Dartmouth, Hagan was very involved in student engagement, serving as an undergraduate advisor and a campus tour guide. He is excited to continue working with students through the Provost's Office. Hagan's other activities include studying Native American history, playing squash, and enjoying nature.
Last Updated: 6/7/13