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When I graduated from Arcadia, there were many paths and possibilities. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology, minored in Studio Art, and loved teaching. I recall having my science books in one hand and my art supplies in another, while running to Boyer Hall. Arcadia made a path for me to excel in science research, use my creativity, and educate others. I can utilize my love of education and imagination in science research.
When I received an award of recognition from the Cancer Research Department at Indiana University School of Medicine. This was a pivotal moment in my life, because I realized that I am capable of making a positive difference in science research.
My mission is to provide pioneering educational mentoring and advocate for a resilient, interactive, global community in science, research, and education. My goal is to acquire my Ph.D. with a focus on research in bioinformatics and cancer genetics. I also plan to initiate an organization that mentors high school and recent undergraduates in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to help establish their career goals.