Kelly Dunlevy, Class of 2015
"A holistic education broadens one’s mind beyond their chosen major. Being able to draw from many different subjects, and the different patterns of critical thinking they require, provides opportunities to look at a situation in a new way, fosters creative thinking, and allows new ways to relate to others we may meet along life’s path. In addition, holistic education also allows the opportunity to discover new interests, and further explore existing ones."
“For the past two summers, I have worked in the research at Fox Chase Cancer Center. The summer after my freshman year, I worked as a volunteer in a lab that studies blood cell development and blood cell related cancers, using zebrafish as a model for such processes in human subjects. This summer, I am working as a Summer Assistant with a research stipend in a lab that studies the epigenetic control of gene expression which simply means how important regulatory genes are turned on or off in a very precise and timely fashion within the cell."
Sigma Zeta, National Mathematics and Science Honor Society
Alpha Lambda Delta,National Honor Society for First Year Students
President CHC Archery Club