Ryan Day

Raised in Mountain View, MO, the poorest town in the state, Ryan Day, a psychology major, joined the Army following high school graduation and served ten years with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

An active and committed student, Ryan has served and protected the University by working at the University Police Department in addition to currently serving as the president and founder of the Table Tennis Club, philanthropy coordinator for Student Veterans of America and service officer for the Veterans National Honor Society. Ryan has received numerous awards for his leadership in the organizations he represents.

Working as a research assistant with Dr. Ho Huynh for more than a year, Ryan looks forward to presenting his research on humility and resilience at the 2019 Southwestern Psychological Association Conference in addition to the A&M-San Antonio Student Research Symposium.

Ryan currently trains at San Antonio Table Tennis Club to compete in nationals as a professional table tennis player. His ultimate goal is to earn a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology.