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The unparalleled access to resources that would help prepare him for medical school greatly influenced Bailey Allen’s ’17 decision to become a Levine Scholar.
It was UNC Charlotte’s diversity that initially attracted Vincent Cahill, a chemistry, economics and political science major, to the campus. “Students are present from every walk of life, and it seems as though everyone can find their niche.
Isabella Calpakis ’17 is an economics and communication studies major with a minor in public health. Although she came to Niner Nation from New York, she has adapted to Southern life and come to call UNC Charlotte her home.
After visiting campus and meeting the current Levine Scholars during the Finalist Program, Caroline Fowle ’17 said she met people whom she wanted to emulate.
Addison Goff ’17 is a marketing major with a minor in public health. She chose the Levine Scholars Program because it provides a smaller, supportive community within a larger university setting.
The genuine openness of the Levine Scholars that Eileen Jakeway ’17 met during her Finalist Program drew her to accept the Levine Scholarship.
Interacting with scholars and finalists at his Finalist Program made accepting the Levine Scholarship an easy decision for Ryan Mach ’17. Since his arrival on campus, Ryan has immersed himself in the Charlotte nonprofit community. “Being
The closeness to home, possibility of international study and emphasis on civic engagement brought Joneka Percentie ’17 to UNC Charlotte and the Levine Scholars Program. With majors in mass media communications and Africana studies and a mino
Although he was homeschooled, Austin Philemon ’17 says his transition to college was more difficult for his parents than it was for him.
Jamie Smith ’17 is majoring in anthropology, international studies and organizational communication with minors in women’s and gender studies and Spanish.
Davis Vaughan ’17 is a chemistry and mathematics for business major with a minor in computer science. Davis chose to enroll at UNC Charlotte because of the community offered by the Levine Scholars Program. “Being a Levine Scholar is the
Jacqueline Chan, of Matthews, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Finance and a minor in Biology.
Kaitlyn Chapman, of Raeford, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Upon graduation, Kaitlyn joined the McAdams Company in Durham, NC as a Civil Engineering Designer.
Heidi Cope, of Raleigh, NC, graduated in May 2016 with degrees in Biology and German and with minors in Chemistry and Public Health. Volunteering in rural India during her junior summer with women’s health inspired her U.S.
Isabel Fee, of Charlotte, NC, graduated in 2016 with a degree in Architecture and a certificate in Spanish Translation. Upon graduation, Isabel will pursue a Master in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin.
Robby Lankford, of Monroe, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Actuarial Mathematics.
Brandon Nixon, of Fayetteville, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Philosophy. Upon graduation, Brandon began working at Google as a Human Resource Associate in their People Operations department located in San Francisco.
James Parkhill, of Concord, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Child & Family Development.
Tanner Parks, of Atlanta, GA, graduated in May of 2016 with degrees in Communication Studies with a track in Organizational Communication and International Studies with a concentration on the continent of Africa.
David Pesce, of Germantown, MD, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Math.
Sanjana Prabhu, of Cary, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a Public Health degree and minors in Biology and Spanish. Upon graduation, Sanjana moved to Raleigh to gain experience in the public health workforce.
Justin Reid, of Kernersville, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Sociology with a concentration in Social Problems and Policy.
Katie Waldroup, of Kannapolis, NC, graduated in May 2016 with degrees in Special and Elementary Education.
Sarah Whitmire, of Wilmington, NC, graduated in May 2016 with a degree in Biology and a minor in Music.
Kevin Caldwell, of Charlotte, NC, graduated with a bachelor degree in Religious Studies and continues his time at UNC Charlotte as he pursues a Master’s in Geography.
Noelle Cornelio, of Holmdel, NJ graduated with degrees in Biology and Economics, and a minor in Mathematics. Upon graduation, Noelle began working at Pharmerit, an international pharmaceutical consulting company.
James Dicus, of Charlotte, NC, graduated with degrees in International Business and Mass Media. James hopes to work abroad in the international business world, utilizing his education in the field of sales or communications.
Jake Emerson, of Gastonia, NC, graduated with a degree in Mathematics and a minor in Biology. Following graduation, Jake began medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago.
Kailey Filter, of Matthews, NC, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a minor in Aerospace Studies. Upon graduation, Kailey commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force.
Austin Halbert, of Shelby, NC, graduated with a degree in Organizational Management and a minor in Economics. After graduation, Austin embarked on a Fulbright Research Fellowship in Stockholm, Sweden.
Bethany Hyde, of Saluda, NC, graduated with degrees in Systems Engineering and French, and a minor in Mathematics.
Patric King, of Indian Trail, NC, graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering. Upon graduation, Patric began working for a residential structural engineering firm located in the Charlotte neighborhood of Plaza-Midwood.
Kelsey Mongeau of Hampstead, NC, graduated with degrees in Public Health and Sociology with a concentration in Social Problems and Policy. She will begin graduate school in UNC Charlotte’s Public Administration program in the
Chloé Rodengen, of Fort Lauderdale, FL, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a minor in Sociology. Upon graduation, Chloé accepted a job on a medical-surgical unit with the Carolinas Healthcare System in Charlotte.
Kevin Rodengen, of Fort Lauderdale, FL, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences and a minor in Biology.
Annika Swanson, of Delray Beach, FL, graduated with a degree in Special Education, concentrating in the adapted curriculum.
Anna Swartz, of Reading, PA, graduated with degrees in International Business and Management and with minors in Economics and Spanish.
Christina Neitzey, from Hampstead, North Carolina, is a member of UNC Charlotte's Class of 2014. In May, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in psychology, B.A. in criminal justice, and minors in Spanish and political science.
Laura Outlaw graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Belk College of Business in May 2014 with degrees in international business and finance with a concentration in accounting.
Caitlin Vaverek, Class of 2014, graduated Summa Cum Laude in May with dual degrees in elementary and special education.