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. This campus is building, growing and improving, and there has never been a more exciting time to be a student on this campus.” Vincent has found a portion of his niche within the Levine Scholars Program. “The Levine Scholarship fosters the activities that happen outside of the classroom and turns them into the memorable moments that will be cherished long after college is over.”
Vincent is a Student Government Association Senator and the Chief Publication Editor of the Undergraduate Research Journal. He is a member of Model United Nations, the Business Honors Program, Intramural Sports, Leadership Fellows and the Community Garden. He interned with Carolinas Healthcare Foundation Financial Services and served as a Residential Counselor for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program. Vincent presented on econometrics at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium.