Name: Tyler Wynn
High school: Grace Baptist Academy
Major: Scientific Technology (Chemistry)
Expected graduation date: Fall 2018
Why did you choose Dalton State? Because they were the only school to offer my degree!
What do you plan to do after graduation? I would like to be an operator in a nuclear power plant.
Who is/was your favorite professor and why? Dr Kim Hays! She shows a genuine interest in her students and makes learning the material fun. She cares about seeing her students succeed.
What activities are you involved in on campus? I am in the Delta Chi Fraternity, and I am the head resident in Residential Life.
What are some of your biggest achievements or accomplishments at Dalton State? My biggest achievement would be getting elected president of Delta Chi. I learned so much about how to be a leader.
What are some of your favorite activities in and around Dalton? I have a new found love for Cherokee Pizza! They have Trivia Night every Monday.
If you had a theme song, what would it be? “My Holiday” by Bryce Vine
Favorite line from a movie? “Get busy living, or get busy dying.” – The Shawshank Redemption
What is your guilty pleasure? Anything Oreo flavored.
What is a skill you’d like to learn and why? I’d love to learn Spanish. Then I could know when all my bilingual friends are roasting me.
What cheers you up? Calling my mama. I’m a big mama’s boy.
Who is your hero? Easily my Dad. I hope I can be half the man he is one day.
Who would play you in the movie version of your life? Aaron Paul aka “Jesse” from Breaking Bad.
What is your favorite childhood memory? Waking up extremely early to go fishing with my papa. I can’t remember a single fish that I caught, but I remember having a blast hanging out with him.
What is your favorite app? Twitter! Follow me @T_Wynn21! I love having instant news at my fingertips.
Where is your favorite place to eat? Any good Mexican restaurant.
What did you want to be when you were a kid? I made a deal with my dad when I was really young that if I became a doctor, he would run for president. So I grew up believing I would become a doctor and my dad would be President of the United States.
What does it mean to you to be part of the Roadrunner Nation? Being part of Roadrunner Nation, to me, is being part of a big family. When I came to Dalton State, I planned to go to class, get my degree, and leave. Now I’m invested. Now I have a family of over 5,000 people who want to see me succeed as much as my biological family. Being a part of Roadrunner Nation is being a part of a community who wants to build you up to the best you can be!