NAME Meiling May
HOMETOWN Las Vegas
STUDIES Biology major, College Honors Program
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM Research assistant in the laboratory of Ann Sheehy, associate professor of biology, where she studied the antiviral function of the anti-HIV protein APOBEC3G. In addition, teaching assistant for Introductory Biology Laboratories; co-chair and tutor for Bio Buddies (peer tutoring for biology); biology tutor and psychology tutor through Academic Services and Learning Resources; co-chair of Biology Student Advisory Committee; tour guide and tour guide coordinator for Admissions; Campus Ministry; resident counselor for the Odyssey Program; coxswain for the women’s rowing team (2010-2012).
UP NEXT Attending Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to pursue a Ph.D. in biochemistry, cellular, and molecular biology.
Jeffrey Reppucci, class valedictorian
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Holy Cross Among Top Producers of Fulbright Students
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The College of the Holy Cross is once again among the liberal arts colleges with the highest number of Fulbright students, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education,...