After graduation, she will be an ICU nurse at UVA Health, where she is already helping COVID-19 victims as a patient care assistant.
Daniel Ayoub took advantage of the many opportunities UVA offered him, to the point of designing and teaching his own course.
Music has always been at the core of Chloe Cohen, who will become a “Double-Hoo” after earning her master’s degree from the Batten School next month.
At UVA, Will Norton studied linguistics to get to the heart of the matter of what we’ve lost when a language is lost.
Matt Simpson, who has been blind since childhood, was poised to head to the Paralympics to compete in goalball after earning his law degree in May. Simpson will join Sidley Austin in Washington, D.C., as a litigation associate.
With a bachelor’s in biology and a master’s in data science in hand, Elizabeth Driskill is bound for the UVA School of Medicine, planning to use data analysis to benefit patients.
This “double Hoo” took the reins as president of the Student Bar Association less than two years after white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, becoming the fourth black woman to serve in the role.
The Lawn resident and ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year was selected in the first round of the WNBA draft Friday night. She will play for the New York Liberty.