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Rebecca Rotthaas

What’s next: Johns Hopkins University Department of Neuroscience, Research Assistant

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.

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Ashley Guy
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What’s next: Florida A & M University, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

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.
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Erika Deppenschmidt
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What's Next: Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017 Chemistry
Notre Dame has fostered my confidence and helped me develop tools and skills to excelling in any circumstance. I am looking forward to success in graduate school and achieving my dreams of becoming a doctor.
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Adam Diallo
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What's Next: School of Pharmacy at NDMU

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017 Biology
NDMU has taught me the value of a liberal arts education by empowering me, as a woman, with the tools necessary to make my dreams come true.
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