As a dual degree engineering student Shanzila Chowdhury, ’19, describes her Meredith College journey as one of persistence, determination, and perseverance.
After overcoming multiple hospitalizations and surgeries that led to her becoming homebound for three years prior to college, Hannah Naylor, ’19, was determined to not let these hardships affect her academic success.
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.
When Helina Biru, ’18, arrived on the Meredith College campus in 2014 from Ethiopia, she couldn’t anticipate just how much she would achieve in four years.
By studying abroad in London, landing a summer internship in Texas, and serving with multiple on-campus organizations, Cooper Rodriguez, ’18, found her place at Meredith College.
Patricia Kalevas, ’18, has made the most of her Meredith experience through close relationships with her faculty advisers, studying abroad, and participating in undergraduate research.
Alex Kandah plans to use her love of the sciences to attend medical school and pursue a career as a psychiatrist.
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.
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.
Having lived in five countries and attended four schools, one thing Asha Tuli, ’17, has learned is adaptability.