- Class of 2020
- Majors Computer Science and Mathematics
"My Jesuit education has shown me that it is critical to love what you do and to desire to do good in the world with your skills," says Sarah, who plans to pursue a master's degree in education after she earns her B.S. in mathematics and computer science. Loyola's CPaMS Scholars Program connected Sarah with an internship at the Institute of Computational Medicine in Baltimore, where she is working in a Computational Neuroscience Lab under the leadership of Dr. Tilak Ratnanather at The Johns Hopkins University. "I have gained so much more from this experience than I expected. It has helped me find a newfound passion and has driven me towards a new career path," says Sarah, who adds that her relationships with her Loyola professors have made all the difference. "Dr. Shah has been a wonderful resource and advisor. She has helped me work through my changing plans and changes in career paths. She has been an amazing role model of a woman, professor, and scientist." Sarah is a member of the women's club soccer team and loves exploring Baltimore with her roommates.
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The liberal arts education balanced with a STEM major makes you a very well-rounded student. Appreciate every class, every opportunity, every moment you have and every relationship that you make here.