UA Senior Raises Her Voice to Downsize Global Poverty

For rising senior Harper Fox, working towards ending global poverty and hunger has always been a passion. As a summer intern with the Borgen Project, a non-profit organization based out of Seattle, Harper will take a more direct approach to these issues. Throughout her 12-week remote internship, Harper will be contacting senators from both California […]

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Dylan Meyer ’22, Music & Electrical Engineering

Dylan Meyer is a music and electrical engineering double major from Madison, AL. After graduation, he hopes to work in either the space or precision timing industry. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in the field? I decided to go into electrical engineering for several reasons. Living near Huntsville, Alabama, NASA […]

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Jackson Foster ’22, Religious Studies and History

Jackson Foster is a religious studies and history double major with minors in both the Blount Scholars Program and the Randall Research Scholars Program. A junior from Fort Lauderdale, FL, he recently interned with the research division of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), an independent federal agency focused on advancing the humanities. How […]

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Alex Franck ’22, Music Performance

Alex Franck is a music performance major with a concentration in horn. A junior from Alabaster, Alabama, she plans to attend graduate school after graduation and study accessibility in experimental music. How did you choose your major?  Honestly, I think the turning point for me was in eighth grade; I was at a joint middle […]

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Caroline Doughty ’21, Geological Sciences

Caroline Doughty is a geological sciences major with a minor in evolutionary studies. A senior from Birmingham, AL, Caroline is passionate about paleontology and hopes to work on climate and environmental issues after graduation. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in the field? Originally, I was studying biology, with a huge […]

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