Powerful stories of the Meredith community going strong.
At Meredith, psychology major Lexi Crank, ’24, has learned the importance of doing what you love, including a passion for helping others learn, asking tough questions, and traveling.
When Wings student Breanna Bivens, ’24, returned to school she chose to study social work, a major that made the most of her ability to help others and connect them with needed resources.
Mathematics and psychology major Rayna Maleki, ’23, came to Meredith thinking she’d study engineering. Instead, with the support of several faculty mentors, she fell in love with math and research. After graduation, she’ll go to Clemson University to earn her M.S. in mathematical sciences.
Psychology major Veronica Harrison, ’22, came to Meredith as a student of Wings, an adult education program, where she found her strengths and used them to fuel her passion for mentoring.
Legacy Scholar and Honors student Ally Cefalu, ’22, double majored in biology and psychology, became a Student Assistant, conducted lab research, and formed a strong bond with the Meredith community. After graduation, she’ll be applying her passion for biology and mental health to the lab as an Analyst I at BioAgilytix in Durham.
Psychology major Sophie Lee, ’22, came to Meredith ready to take on new challenges. Identifying her strengths helped her decide on a career path, which includes pursuing a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational psychology at Meredith.
An Honors Scholar with majors in psychology and mathematics, Paige Lawrence, ’21, has learned the importance of community while at Meredith— a realization that inspired her to work with retirement homes to study fall prevention. After graduation, she will continue her studies at East Carolina University in the Master of Occupational Therapy program.
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.
Internships, leadership opportunities, and the Meredith Autism Program have prepared Laura Jenkins,’20, to take on an occupational therapy program after graduation.
Allie Kvasnicka, ʼ20, was able to accomplish her goals of majoring in biology and psychology, completing an internship, and conducting research because of faculty support and encouragement.