Max is a Sophomore at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is pursuing a B.A. in Psychology and working towards Speech and Language Pathology in Graduate School. More specifically, his goal is to specialize in Pediatric Speech Pathology. He aspires to continue to do research after his college career at Indiana University. Max is interested in researching (1) the process of rehabilitation of children and improving various techniques used in treatment, and (2) the development of speech production among young children with speaking disorders. Currently, Max is working as the coordinator of the Mobile Phone Use Study led by Dr. Angela Chow.
In 2017, Max received the Mary B. Smith Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement in the Musical and Performing Arts, awarded by The Carmel Education Foundation. He also received the Indiana Farm Bureau Scholarship awarded by Scholarship America for his leadership, scholarship, and community involvement throughout high school. In addition, in 2017, he earned the Indiana Epsilon Balanced Man Scholarship from the University of Evansville for displaying Leadership, Community Service and Scholarship.