- · Kaitlyn Irwin (’18 CLAS), of Hillsborough, NJ, will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Spanish Language & Literature, with a minor in Education. She is also a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a Special Olympics volunteer photographer, Community Relations Chair at Relay For Life, and a volunteer at Gigi’s Playhouse. Irwin spent the fall of her junior year in Cadiz, Spain. She will return to Spain as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in the La Rioja region. Following the completion of her Fulbright year, Irwin will pursue a career in occupational therapy.
- · Brian King (’18 CLAS), of Edison, NJ, will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Theology. He has served Villanova’s Student Government Association in several leadership roles, welcomed visitors to campus through the Blue Key Society, and mentored students at several organizations in the area. King also has experience in fundraising and as a martial arts instructor. He will use his Fulbright award to teach English in India. Upon his return to the United States, King will pursue a career in education.
- · Hee Jae (Ana) Song (’18 CLAS), of Oradell, NJ, will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience, with minors in Psychology and Global Health. Song has pursued independent research within Villanova’s Biology Department throughout her undergraduate career, while also serving in leadership roles for several service opportunities on campus. Song will spend her Fulbright award year in South Korea, where she will complete a research project titled “Oral Health Care for People with Mental Health Disorders in South Korea.” Upon her return to the U.S., she will pursue a Master of Public Health degree and a degree in dental medicine.
Congratulations to our semi-finalists,
- Kenna Yadeta (CBN)
- Zach Oxford-Romeike (MS, Psychology)
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