As a two-sport student-athlete, exercise and sports science major Kirstie King, ’19, has learned the importance of a healthy balance on and off the competition fields.
As an Honors Scholar and a student-athlete, Emily Skoglund, ’20, has made an impact on and off the volleyball court.
Eran Artigues, ’18, has taken on the challenges of pursuing two STEM degrees while competing on the softball diamond and developing her skills through experiential learning opportunities.
After starting as the center midfielder for the Meredith College soccer team and studying abroad in Spain, Samantha Litt, ’18, has become more independent and is ready to try new things.
Teaching Fellow Haley Ervin, ’18 has always had a love for math and a passion for teaching, and has pushed herself to become a well-prepared teacher for her future students.
As a four-year starter on the Meredith softball team and a double major in biology and chemistry, Erica Occena, ’18, has challenged herself to grow and succeed in the future.
As a dual degree engineering student and an award-winning student-athlete, Carlee Joseph, ’19, has learned to balance her time while still finding ways to get involved on campus and in her community.
As a communication major with aspirations of being a sports broadcaster, Julia Allsbrook, ’18, challenged herself in the classroom and on the softball diamond.
An active member of the Meredith College campus, Macy Brinson, ’19, has learned to work through challenges and make the most of every opportunity.
Demonica Stanley, ’19, learned at a young age the importance of chasing your dreams and how not to let setbacks keep you from accomplishing them.