Emily Medina ’18 spent much of her childhood in hospitals and now, as a biochemistry major, she sees a future in pharmaceutical industry or research.
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Erick Tapia ’18 found AnBryce's immersion program in London to be "eye-opening" and key to his decision to return there for a semester abroad.
In the first cohort of students, Nat Thomas '17, has been making the most of her time at Notre Dame and
with the AnBryce Scholars Initiative. “As a first-generation student, you often don’t have a precedent for college navigation, and you often lack social and cultural capital.”
Jinelfry Rodriguez’s ’19 attributes music and the AnBryce Scholars Initiative for broadening her horizons and introducing her to other cultures.
Christina Jeong ’17, a Japanese and Film double major, traveled abroad to Seoul, Korea, to study at Yonsei University’s International Summer School program, taking an opportunity to return to the country of her birth and reconnect with her family, whom she hadn’t seen since she was a child.
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