Early in his undergraduate career, Steven Mazur ‘13 noticed something unsettling — most high school students did not realize their own potential to serve as agents of change.
John Campbell ‘11 has been awarded the United Negro College Fund/Merck Undergraduate Science Research Fellowship. The fellowship is sponsored by the United Negro College Fund/Merck Science Initiative which supports African-American students engaged in study and research in the biological and chemical sciences. Fellows are mentored by a Merck scientist and participate in two summer research internships at Merck research facilities. Campbell is an outreach advisor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and serves as co-president of the Minority
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Shelly Strickland (2003) works to improve the health of North Carolina’s Native Americans. Shelly Strickland (2003) believes in making a difference. As a second-year medical student at ECU’s Brody School of Medicine, she’s well on her way. Yet, Shelly’s history of service began long before her medical career. The Pembroke, NC, native has served as an ambassador for the Lumbee tribe and the seven other Native American tribes of North Carolina for more than eight years. A former Miss Lumbee
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