This summer, our alumni have been busy! Several members of Fraternity and Sorority Life have been making significant impacts on their communities and getting recognition for their talent and leadership.
Sydney Sherick, alumna of Alpha Omicron Pi, was awarded the Collegiate Women of Leadership award at her sorority’s National Conference in Los Angeles this year. The award is given to collegiate women who clearly demonstrate outstanding leadership. In her years as an active member of her sorority, Sydney clearly showed that she lived up to the standards of AOII’s impressive award!
Cheyenne Stirling, alumna of Alpha Gamma Delta, was MSU’s first recipient of a Jerry O’Neal National Park Service Student Fellowship which has been allowing her to research the bat populations in Glacier National Park. Her fieldwork has been focusing on where the bats currently roost and prefer to roost; this will help the park prepare for the arrival of white nose syndrome. For more information about Cheyenne’s award and research, click here.
Megan Rothstein, also an alumna of Alpha Gamma Delta, received a Fulbright Scholarship to continue her research on Parkinson’s disease at the University of Bonn’s Institute for Reconstructive Neurobiology in Germany. She was awarded MSU’s first Fulbright research fellowship to Germany in the school’s history! For more information about Megan’s scholarship and research, click here.
These are three examples of the incredible alumni coming from our Fraternity and Sorority community. We can’t wait to see where their careers take them!