Mercedez Ruiz is advocating for the rights of people and their equal educational access, especially minorities. She is pursuing in publishing her own research on false confessions. Take a look at her journey to double majoring in sociology and psychology.
When you land an internship in the field you’re passionate about and start networking from the start, why not share tips with your fellow Scarlet Knights? Learn more about Sabrina’s dedication to achieve great things in journalism and how she shares her enthusiasm to her peers.
Mehul Salhotra came to Rutgers wanting to major in engineering, but quickly realized he was also passionate about the business world. Find out how Mehul combined his interests in engineering and economics to land a job at Goldman Sachs as a software engineer.
Katherine Lau, a recent Rutgers graduate, aims to make a difference in the lives of others through her exploration of the biomedical engineering field. While at Rutgers, she helped build a 3-D prosthetic hand for a young girl back in her home town of Las Vegas, Nevada! Read more about her passion for research and development as well as her plans for the future.
Kurt Devonshire, an international student from Britain, will be a senior this fall. He is an aspiring and accomplished filmmaker as well as an RA. Find out more about his films and be on the lookout for Locksmith 2, a future project he plans to release in a few months.
Lauren McGettrick recently completed her fourth year of the Rutgers Army ROTC program. Learn more about Lauren’s story and how she balances demands of her academics, a full-time job, ROTC, and her social life as a sister of Delta Gamma.
Richa Patel, a Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and Public Health double major, was the co-president of Operation Smiles and a member of the national-service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega this past year. She’s done all of this while dedicating her undergrad years at Rutgers to a competitive pre-med track and recently graduated last month.
Aishwarya Sharma, an accomplished recent graduate of the Rutgers Business School, has interned at companies like Amazon, L’Oreal and more. Not to mention that she founded the Rutgers University Business for Youth organization during as a first-year student. Find out more about her Rutgers journey and how she landed a full-time position with Accenture Consulting.
Recent graduate, Amanda Chin, majored in material science engineering and had the opportunity to apply this knowledge to her internship with Terracycle Inc., a small recycling company, last summer. During her free time, however, Amanda spends her time developing her glassblowing skills, a creative outlet that balances out her analytic curriculum.
Find out how Rutgers alumna, Daisy Fernandez, landed a job at Facebook as well as the advice she would give to students looking to achieve academic and professional success.