Bret Berry is a junior in the Chancellor's Honors Program from Nolensville, TN. He is a College Scholar designing his own major in Health Care Law and Policy with minors in Political Science, Economics, and Public Health. Bret is focused on research into health care disparities and access to care in rural and remote regions.
As a member of the Chancellor's Honors Program, Bret has been able to engage in coursework that has been intellectually stimulating and practical towards real-world applications. Additionally, by volunteering with Remote Area Medical through the Chancellor's Honors Program, he has been able to gain hands-on experience with resolving rural and remote health care disparities. Off of Rocky Top, Bret can be found exploring the outdoors of East Tennessee or finding a new Coffee shop in Knoxville. Ever need a suggestion about a study spot? Ask Bret!
Bret's Expert Topics: Chancellor's Honors Program, being pre-law, changing your major, designing your own major, and getting involved in research or student organizations.
Bret's Campus Involvement: Mock Trial Vice President, Baker Center, Student Conduct Board, Remote Area Medical, Undergraduate Research, Honors & Scholars Programs, Center for Global Engagement
Bret's Research Interests: Access to Care, Health Care Policy, Health disparities, Rural policy, Rural Health
Meet with Bret!
Bret offers virtual office hours at the following times:
- Tuesdays from 5:00-6:00 PM
- Thursdays from 5:00-6:00 PM
Want to attend class with Bret? He hosts students for the following classes:
- Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:10-2:25 - GEOG 442 (Urban Spaces and Urban Places)
- Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:50-4:05 - ECON 436 (Health Care Economics)