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Janaya Slaughter

VOM Class of 2023

Chemistry alumna Janaya Slaughter (BS'18) received her white coat last week in a special ceremony, officially marking the beginning of her journey as a medical student. Janaya is attending the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartansburg, South Carolina. Congratulations, Janaya! 

Alumni at Homecoming 2019

Alums Courtney Aceto, Stacey Wardenfelt and Corinna Carter were spotted at the homecoming tailgate on Saturday on the north campus. It was a gorgeous day, perfect for reconnecting with old friends.  The day was topped off with a W against Albright at Mustang Stadium. 

Prince Gyamfi

Biochemistry Alum Prince Gyamfi (BS' 16) received his white coat as part of the convocation ceremony at Morehouse School of Medicine, a signifying symbol of the "trust bestowed upon them as they carry on the noble traditions of medicine and science." Prince was also awarded the Presidental Scholar Merit Scholarship for exceptional scholastic ability. Congratulations Prince! 

                                     Marisa Bender

Chemistry and forensic science alum ('10/'11) Marisa Bender was honored with the Stevenson Young Alumni award. Marisa was unable to attend the Baccalaureate Ceremony to receive her award, but she and her dad visited campus later this summer to meet with President Hirshman. Here she is pictured with her award on the Dell Pathway in early August. 

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Chemistry alum Erika Harden was featured in an SU online blog post about her career as a Crime Scene Technician with Baltimore City Police. Erika completed her chemistry degree in 2014 and her master's in forensic science in 2015 by participating in the 4+1 program. Undergraduates take six courses while a fourth year student, at undergraduate tuition rates. They then have only one year of full time work left to complete the masters. The full story of Erika's career can be read here. 

 
 
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