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HD

Daniel Rosenfeld

Long Island, NY

Undergraduate accomplishments/accolades: Daniel, referred to as "Mr. Research" by Human Development colleagues, has published two papers with Professor Anthony Burrow on identify development through ideas he developed before his sophomore year.

Plans after graduation:

Attending graduate school in the fall to continue his education and research.

What you will miss about CHE:

The Commons is where I study in between classes, see friends for lunch, and attend so many memorable events--it's become a place where I really feel at home.

PAM

Mandira Talwar

Fairport, NY

Undergraduate accomplishments/accolades: Policy Analysis and Management Outstanding Senior, Dean's List, Project Assistant for Science and Technology Entry Program in the Engaged Hub, Trip Leaderfor Alternative Breaks, VP Standards, Chairfor Diversity and lnclusion, and Alumni Relations Chairforsocial sorority.

Plans after graduation:

Pursuinga career in the economics or financial industry.

What you will miss about CHE:

"There is a unique approach to solving problems here at the CHE. During my time here, I learned the value of analyzing problems logically and efficiently, but what made my education so unique was that I was able to apply my skills to relevant and interdisciplinary problems."

FSAD

Jacqueline Fogarty

Charlotte, NC

Undergraduate accomplishments/accolades: Cornell University Dean's List, Outstanding Sophomore & Junior in the FSAD Department, two-time YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund Case Study Winner, Barbara L. Kuhlman Fiber Arts Scholar, Research Assistant in the Cornell Costume & Textile Collection; VP of Designers &Models forthe Cornell Fashion Collective.

Plans after graduation:

Pursuing women's design in NYC.

What you will miss about CHE:

What sets Human Ecology apart for me is the community aspect ofthe college and FSAD department. Taking courses, working in the Costume &Textile Collection, organizingthe Cornell Fashion Collective, and interacting with professors and peers all in the same place makes CHE such an important part of my Cornell experience.

DEA

Amira Samiy

Silver Spring, MD

Undergraduate accomplishments/accolades: Merrill Presidential Scholar, recognizes students fortheir academic achievement, leadership ability, and demonstrated potential for contributing to society.

Plans after graduation:

Gensler NYC's Design Strategist Development Program Fellowship.

What you will miss about CHE:

DEA is a close-knit community, and graduating means that I am leaving people and a place that I have grown with forfouryears. I will most miss the professors who made me see that design can be used to solve any problem and who inspired me to bethorough and let passion guide me.

DNS

Sharon Galperin

Oradell, NJ

Undergraduate accomplishments/accolades: President of Pre-Professional Association Towards Careers in Health (PATCH), Editor of Cornell Digital Health Review, given Excellence in Tutoring Award for exemplary dedication and commitment to fosteringstudent learning, researcherin the Division of Nutritional Science's Stover Laboratory.

Plans after graduation:

Shortterm, I would liketoattend medical school after graduation. Longterm, I would liketo practice as an ob/gyn in an urban community.

How has the College of Human Ecology and its programs surprised you?

What has surprised me the most is the pragmatism of Human Ecology's programs. The courses I take give me practical knowledge that is useful to me as both a scholar and an everyday person interested in health.
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Date:Mar 22, 2018
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