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"Psychology" - Strong Stories


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Emily Skoglund

As an Honors Scholar and a student-athlete, Emily Skoglund, ’20, has made an impact on and off the volleyball court.


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Rachael Nicholos

At Meredith, psychology and communication major Rachael Nicholos, ’18, learned that she is passionate about helping other people, learning new things, finding the silver lining, and understanding human behavior.


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Mary Ashley Rose
Mary Ashley Rose, '18, gained confidence that she attributes in large part to attending a women’s college. "The sense of empowerment I feel as a woman has been cultivated at Meredith.”

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Donna Bahena

As one of the youngest in the Wings program and a first-generation college student, psychology major Donna Bahena, ’18, has learned to appreciate her background and use her experiences as a stepping stone for success.


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Annie Morin

Annie Morin, ’18, challenges herself to learn something new every day. At Meredith, she had many opportunities to grow as a psychology major and through her involvement in campus life.


Katie Murphy

Katie Murphy

At Meredith, Katie Murphy has come to see how her sense of responsibility is a strength.


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Samantha Litt

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.


Alex Kandah

Alex Kandah

Alex Kandah plans to use her love of the sciences to attend medical school and pursue a career as a psychiatrist.


Lara Pantlin

Lara Pantlin

During her time at Meredith College, student-athlete Lara Pantlin, ’14, funneled her creativity into undergraduate research, which is now a big part of her life as a Ph.D. candidate.


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Madison Burton

Turning her challenges into incentives for action and change, Madison Burton, ’18, has adapted to difficulties in her life in order to discover her calling.


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