- The Natural Sciences Class of 2020 boasts an impressive list of recent graduates, all having found success in an intensely competitive job market and in pursuing graduate studies, even in the midst of a global pandemic. Read some of their profiles below.
- In her own words, Biology alumna Hope Kenmore ’20 describes her day-to-day work with the COVID-19 virus as an Institutional Biorepository Core Lab Technician at Weill Cornell Medicine in Manhattan.
- Hope Kenmore has taken a position at the Institutional Biorepository Core of Weill Cornell Medicine, where she is involved with research on COVID-19.
- MMC alumnus Tor Campbell ’98, who earned a degree in Communication Arts with a minor in Musical Theatre, is one of three students making history at Northwestern University as part of the school’s first all-Black MFA Directing cohort. Congratulations, Tor!
- Dan Langan ’12, a Business Management major at MMC, has become a well-known personality on The Food Network. Check out his latest interview with Distractify.
- Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology alumna Nathalia Fonseca ’10, now Clinical Supervisor and Adjunct Instructor at MMC, discusses her career as a speech pathologist in an interview with Women on Topp.
Every year, the Mathematics department holds a College-wide π-Day contest. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit an original sentence, paragraph, poem, or short story that uses the digits of π in order (π ≈ 3.1415926..).