Christine received her bachelor’s degree in science from Penn State with honors in biobehavioral health from the Schreyer Honors College in May of 2017. Her educational journey toward becoming a physician continues as she currently attends the University of Central Florida College of Medicine in Orlando, FL.
Senior Honors Thesis (Chair: Turrisi): Examining the relationship between technological savviness in melanoma patients and self efficacy in using information from tablet-based interventions for self-skin examinations.
- Fall 2013-Spring 2017, Eight consecutive semesters on Dean’s List
- August 2013-May 2017, Schreyer Honor’s College Academic Excellence Scholarship
- September 2014-May 2017, Alpha Epsilon Delta Preprofessional Health Honor Society
- 2016, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honors Society
- 2014, Pennsylvania Space Grant Research Wiser Scholar
Scaglione, C. (2017, April). The relationship between technological savviness and self-efficacy in performing self-skin examinations in melanoma patients after receiving a tablet-based intervention. Poster presented at the Penn State Undergraduate Exhibition, University Park, PA.
Livezey, K., & Scaglione, C. (2016, April). Examining the relationship between perceived student drinking habits and communication skills: Maternal-child relations. Poster presented at the Penn State Undergraduate Exhibition, University Park, PA.