Humaal Khan

Honors Degree, Biological Sciences & Liberal Studies

Michael Kimball

Honors Degree, Environmental Engineering

Point of Pride: My grades.

What’s Next? I am enrolled in the 4+1 program for civil engineering at UD, concentrating on water resources.

Rebecca King

Honors Degree, Russian Studies & Geography

Point of Pride: The chance to pursue my love of languages through travel.

Megan Koutsandreas

Honors Degree, Civil Engineering

Point of Pride: I am proud of my time spent dedicated to my engineering sorority. Being able to hold three different chair positions has taught me so many different essential leadership skills that I will take with me into the working world. I have loved all the memories I made with my fellow sisters, and all the support I have had through them for my major and my goals.

What’s Next? I’ll be working for a civil engineering design firm in Virginia.

Pallavi Kulkarni

Honors Degree with Distinction, Neuroscience & Bachelor of Arts, Liberal Studies

Points of Pride: My involvement in Undergraduate Research, Phi Delta Epsilon, Writing Fellows, and UDress. Additionally, I am grateful for the opportunity to study abroad in Portugal (Winter 2020), which allowed me to observe the Portuguese health care system!

What’s Next? I will be attending Pennsylvania State College of Medicine!

Chor In Lam

Honors Degree, Accounting & Management Information Systems

Point of Pride: Studying abroad twice – once to Martinique and once to India.

What’s Next? I will be starting in Risk Advisory at Ernst & Young (EY), and studying for the CPA exam.

Jenna Landesman

Bachelor of Arts, Communication

Point of Pride: I am most proud of my involvement with UDance. I was an Engagement Coordinator for 2 years and a member of the Executive Board for my junior and senior year.

What’s Next? I will be working as a Junior Paid Search Analyst at the Snow Agency in Edgewater, NJ.

Julie Lattari

Honors Degree, Nursing

Point of Pride: I am proud of all I have accomplished academically and how much I have grown as a person and matured.

What’s Next? I am going to be a Pediatric ICU Nurse at A.I. duPont Hospital for Children.

Brendan Laux

Honors Degree, Public Policy & Political Science

Point of Pride: I am most proud of serving as both President and Education Officer for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity on campus, in which I had the unique opportunity to advance music and brotherhood on campus while developing myself as a leader.

What’s Next? I will be pursuing a Masters Degree in Public Administration at UD.

Emilia Leyes

Honors Degree, Chemical Engineering

Points of Pride: I’m proud of my involvement on the honors planning board and getting the chance to lead so many exciting trips to places like Hershey Park and Philadelphia! I’m also really proud to have been a founding member of a ChemE department student group (REACH) that provided mentorship opportunities for underclassmen and helped me grow as a leader.

What’s Next? Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering PhD program at the University of Pennsylvania.

Jaclyn Littman

Honors Degree with Distinction, Biological Sciences

Points of Pride: I have been fortunate to have so many leadership opportunities at UD from being a chemistry workshop leader to working as a Bio-Ambassador, I have loved my time at UD! I was also the captain of the color guard in the UDMB and in UD’s indoor guard Delazure! Additionally, I am currently finishing out a senior thesis researching genetics in the Tanis lab.

What’s Next? I will be attending the University of Maryland School of Public Health to pursue a Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology

Gianna Lorusso

Honors Degree, Management & Operations Management

Point of Pride: Being elected as Student Body President of the Student Government Association! It was such an amazing opportunity to represent the student body and to use my leadership skills to effectively run an organization. I loved our initiatives that we worked on throughout the semester, but I loved the people I worked with the most.