Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
Fulbright recipient Briana Petrusa, ‘21, is combining her interests in chemistry and Spanish to pursue a career in medicine helping underserved populations.
Inspired by a study abroad experience and with guidance from her faculty mentor, honors student Natalya Brown, ’21, chose to pursue three majors: Spanish, criminology, and sociology.
At Meredith, Naomi Hill, ’21, discovered a passion for leadership and activism. After graduation, she plans to attend law school to become a litigator who focuses on issues that impact women.
Neali Healms, ’21, learned how to become a strong leader at Meredith through serving in roles such as Cornhuskin’ co-chair. She plans to use the skills she gained from campus leadership in her future career in public relations.
After Spanish and biology major Cinthia Arreola, ‘21, took a course in Spanish translation during her junior year, she found new ways to support her community.
Building her legacy of kindness at Meredith College, Rachel Hefner, ’21, dedicates most of her time volunteering to improve the lives of those who live within her local community.
A fashion merchandising and design major, Tyler Pharr, ’21, is headed to New York City, where she’ll be pursuing a master’s degree in fashion studies with a concentration in fashion journalism at The New School.
Jasmine Lewis, ’21, a double major in family and consumer science and psychology, has learned how to be more authentic to herself since transferring to Meredith.
Graphic design major Bailey Birtchet, ’21, received a Fulbright award after building a strong academic and professional record through internships and undergraduate research.
Business administration major and honors student Tasia Bromell, ’21, studied abroad and held leadership roles both on campus and during her HR internship. She continued her education at Meredith as an accelerated MBA student.