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  • Class of2021

  • Major, MinorsPsychology, English and Spanish

Meet Doria, a psychology major with minors in Spanish and English who credits Loyola’s Jesuit liberal arts education for making her a well-rounded individual. “After all my experiences at Loyola, I can reflect on all the foundational elements that make students stronger candidates for success post-graduation.” Originally from Lutherville, Md., Doria is involved with a number of organizations on campus. She is a student in the Honors Program and president of the Psychology Club. She is an active member in Loyola’s chapters of three honor societies: Alpha Sigma Nu, the national Jesuit honor society, Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, and Sigma Tau Delta, the international excelled English honor society. Doria also displays a passion for community service. She was a volunteer for the Special Olympics Swimming Qualifier and a tutor at the Mother Seton Academy. “I love to learn, and through Loyola’s liberal arts curriculum and the Honors Program, I had the opportunity to take unique classes from several subject areas and draw connections between them,” she says. “All the extracurricular and academic opportunities offered at Loyola have given me a plethora of experiences that have taught me to seek and jump at opportunities in my future career, because you never know how they may connect.”  

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Doria Diacogiannis
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