McNulty Scholars Program Class of 2016 Prepares for Grad School, Professional Research

Friday, May 13, 2016

The John P. McNulty Scholars Program for Excellence in Science in Math, which provides full- and partial-tuition scholarships for young women who wish to become leaders in the science and math professions, announces its Class of 2016 graduates. From left to right:

McNulty Fellows

Christina Mirarchi '16, a biology major, has been named a fellow in the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) program.  She will earn her master's degree in education while teaching science and religion to middle school students at St. Peter Claver Regional School in Atlanta, Georgia.

Isabella Goodenough '16, a chemistry major, will pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry, with a focus in physical chemistry, at Temple University in Philadelphia.

Rachel Troxell '16, a chemistry major, will pursue a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

McNulty Scholars

Christina Freeman '16, a biology major, expects to begin a post-baccalaureate research position at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.

Kathleen Logan '16, a biology major, has been named a fellow in SJU's ACE program. She will earn her master's degree in secondary education while teaching biology and physical science at Mercy Vocational High School in Philadelphia.

Heidi Kurn '16, a chemistry major, will take a gap year to apply to medical schools and has secured an internship as a medical assistant at Pennsylvania Dermatology Group in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania.

McNulty Associate

Courtney Hulbert '16, a biology major, has completed the first half of the SJU 3+3 physical therapy program, and will now transition to Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.




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