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Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, Magna Cum Laude, from the Cornell College of Arts & Sciences
Involved on campus with: Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Cornell Daily Sun, Cornellradio.com, CU Cyphers
Plans for the future: Health and wellness career
"Cornell has been great!"
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Asian Studies from the Cornell College of Arts & Sciences
Honors and awards: 3 semesters on the Dean's list.
December 2018 graduate
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from the Cornell College of Arts & Sciences
Honors and awards: Distinctions in All Subjects, 8 semester's on the Dean's list
Involved on campus with: Leading backcountry expeditions for Outdoor Odyssey. Teaching rock climbing courses for Cornell Outdoor Education. Singing and performing in Cornell's Jazz Voices. Sustainability chair and house member of Cayuga Lodge, Cornell's only independent Cooperative.
Plans for the future: I will be working at the Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment in the department of Land and Agriculture.
"Big thank you to my brother and parents for their constant love and support!"
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Biological Sciences from the Cornell College of Arts & Sciences
Honors and awards: Arts & Sciences Extraordinary Journeys: Class of 2019, Dean's List
Involved on campus with: CUEMS (Community Education Officer), Biology Student Advisor, Less Than Three A Cappella (President), TA for BIONB 2220 and Biology Scholars Program
Plans for the future: 1 Gap year in the IRTA program at the NIH as a research assistant in non-opioid based painkillers/analgesics, then hopefully medical school.
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Economics from the Cornell College of Arts & Sciences
Plans for the future: Job at Walmart E-Commerce
"I am so happy to found this major. While I think many of my other courses have set me up to face challenges of the material world these courses have allowed to explore the humanity that exists within all of us. This has been my favorite coursework at Cornell and I think everybody in the world should spend some time thinking about the questions that we are made to ponder on. If we are not wondering about our existence, how are we really living?"