2014
Alumni (Scholar)

Emily Marshall

W. Harry Schwarzschild Jr. and Kathryn Schwarzschild Jefferson Scholar
Richmond, Virginia
Degrees:
B.S. University of Virginia (2014)

Bio:

Student Council Diversity Committee, chair; One Hundred Pounds of Hope, co-founder; University Access Committee, student representative; Delta Delta Delta, academic development chair; Medical Services volunteer at Emily Couric Cancer Center; U.Va. Medical School, cell biology lab, independent researcher; Hoos for a Cure, vice president; Global Brigades, public relations chair; Global Medical and Dental Brigade; Seal Team Physical Training, member; Ingrassia Family Echols Scholar Research Grant; Jefferson Public Citizens Grant; Inter Sorority Council Outstanding Member Scholarship Recipient; Sarah Kucenas Neurodevelopment Lab, researcher; U.Va. Scribe Program, member;Patricia Hollingsworth Ethics Essay Award; Anne O’Brien Leone Scholarship; Jefferson Public Citizens Award; Dean’s List; Echols Scholar

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