Fidelia Asomani
Student

Fidelia Asomani

Becoming My Best Self

Student, NDMU Class of 2021
Biology
At NDMU, I am constantly inspired to excellence. This is an empowering education that instills confidence, showing me that my voice deserves to be heard and respected. Supported in every way by this caring community, I am confidently taking risks, broadening my perspective, and becoming my best self.
Irnande Altema
Alum

Irnande Altema, Esquire

A Voice to Share with the World

Alum, NDMU Class of 2007
Biology
Notre Dame has allowed me to become my best self. First, my professors and others helped me to recognize that I indeed had a voice to share with the world. Next, NDMU helped me to deepen the knowledge and skills I needed to speak my mind and heart and to impact the lives of others.
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Alum

Rebecca Rotthaas

Connecting Me to My First Research Job

Alum, NDMU Class of 2018
Biology, Chemistry
I got my first research experience at Notre Dame working in the biology department. I can credit the University with connecting me to the lab I’m going to be working in this year. I first started working in [the] lab through NDMU’s Sister Alma program…Now, I’m looking forward to completing some of the research projects I’ve been working on over the past year and hopefully getting my work published. What’s Next for Rebecca: Johns Hopkins University Department of Neuroscience, Research Assistant
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Alum

Ashley Guy

Prepared for Graduate School

Alum, NDMU Class of 2018
Biology
Notre Dame has prepared me for graduate school in many ways. I have been given the opportunity to be a leader in clubs and sports, and it has prepared me academically. The long labs and tedious reports I have completed has given me the exposure I need to succeed in graduate school with the confidence to tackle any obstacle in my way. What’s Next for Ashley: Florida A & M University, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy