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. As a Levine Scholar, Isabel explored architectural design through internships at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte; Brunzini Arquitectos y Asociados in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Little Diversified Architectural Consulting in Charlotte. Her design studies were coupled with a passion for the geriatric population. Disparate interests came together in the implementation of here civic engagement grant, which allowed Isabel to work with seniors to build a therapeutic outdoor space at Brookdale Charlotte East. “The Levine Scholarship allowed me to travel and explore the things that fascinate me most,” Isabel reflected. “The best part was coming back to Charlotte and being able to do something tangible with all that I had learned and experienced.” Isabel also served as a peer mentor and class representative within the School of Architecture.