Student Spotlights

Chloe Kiernicki

(Architecture with an International Affairs and Global Development minor, '21)

Chloe Kiernicki is a 2021- 2022 Fulbright Scholar and attending Tampere University in Finland to pursue a master's degree in sustainable architecture.  While at Tech, Chloe won the Class of 1979 Award and was on a Zell Miller Scholarship.

Dania Ibrahim

 (Neuroscience, '21)

Dania Ibrahim will be pursuing a PhD in Experimental Psychology at the University of California - San Diego. In addition to Neuroscience, Dania also studied Health and Medical Sciences and Middle Eastern Studies while at Tech and was a recipient of a Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Scholarship.

Faye Clever

(Neuroscience with a minor in Computational Data Analysis, Class of '21)
Faye Clever was awarded a National Institute of Health Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA), a post-baccalaureate research program, and will be conducting research full time at the National Institute of Neurological Disease and Stroke in Bethesda, MD through 2022. She will be working with at Dr. Zayd Khaliq on dopamine signaling mechanisms using electrophysiology, with applications to addiction, Parkinson's, schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.  After her IRTA experience, Faye will be applying to PhD programs.

Muskan Raghuwashni

(Biomedical Engineering, 2020)

Muskan Raghuwashni has been accepted into the deferred MBA program at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.  She is a recipient of two-year merit scholarship and will be a part of the Kellogg Future Leaders program. While at Tech, Muskan was a recipient of the Women in Engineering Scholarship and the Zell Miller Scholarship.

Parker Lunsford

(Neuroscience, '21 with a minor in Health, Medicine, and Society).

Parker Lunsford will be attending the London School of Hygience and Tropical Medicine to pursue a MS in Public Health. While at Tech, Parker had the Hope and Zell Miller Scholarships.

Xueqiao Wang

(Materials Science & Engineering, 2019)

Xueqiao Wang is currently a PhD student at M.I.T. studying condensed matter. While at Tech, she received the Davidson Family Tau Beta Pi Engineering Cup scholarship and at MIT has received the Provost Women and Minority Fellowship.

Yasmin Ajinaira

(Chemistry with French minor, Class of '21)

Yasmin Ajinaira will be matriculating at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill as a doctoral student in materials chemistry in Fall 2021.