Samantha Duerring, ’20, conducted undergraduate research on the perceptions of GMOs on Meredith's campus.
Bailey Birtchet, ’21, discovered a passion to use graphic design as a tool for social change through undergraduate research.
Exercise and Sports Science major Lauren Grodi, ’20, used her strengths at Meredith as volleyball team captain, student researcher, and intern. Next she’ll apply them while earning her doctorate in physical therapy at East Carolina University.
Religious and ethical studies major Ellie Jones, ’20, will continue her studies at the University of Montana in Missoula, where she will pursue an M.A. in environmental philosophy with full funding and a teaching assistant position.
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.
At Meredith, Jennifer Garcia, ’19, has worked toward her longtime aspiration to become an attorney, and each of her experiences has built toward this goal.
For Sana Haseeb, ’19, helping others has always been an important part of her life. When she arrived at Meredith, she sought out ways to lend a helping hand around campus and in the local community.
As a dual degree engineering student Shanzila Chowdhury, ’19, describes her Meredith journey as one of persistence and determination - and it has paid off. Post-graduation, Shanzila accepted a full-time position as an electrical engineer.
Hannah Naylor, '19, held numerous internships during her time at Meredith, which prepared her for a career in the communication and public relations field.
Determined to leave her mark in the community, Nabiha Khan, ’20, is working toward a degree in biochemistry while being actively involved in undergraduate research, campus traditions, and student organizations.