About Past Scholars
2018-2019 Sigma Nu Scholar

Julian Mis ‘20

Jesse Gerb

Julian Mis is a junior, Kinesiology major, on the pre-dental track at the University of Maryland. Along with his degree and future aspirations to attend dental school, he has recently decided he will be pursuing a master’s in finance at UMD’s Robert H. Smith’s School of Business. Outside of the classroom, Julian is an avid brother and member of Sigma Nu, and several other organizations here at UMD. In his time here as a member of Sigma Nu, Julian has served as a social chairman, homecoming chairman, and is currently serving as the vice president. He is also an executive board member of the United2Heal chapter here at campus, whose goal is to collect surplus medical supplies and send them around the world to countries in need. In 2017, Julian had the opportunity to travel to Honduras with UMD’s Global Dental Brigades, where he and a team of other Maryland students provided dental care and education to hundreds of people. Julian is continuing his studies to eventually reach his goal of becoming a dentist, while at the same time being a great friend, brother, and leader outside of the classroom.

2017-2018 Sigma Nu Scholar

Jesse Gerb '19

Jesse Gerb

My name is Jesse Gerb. I am a Junior Neurobiology-Physiology major and Russian minor on the Pre-Medical track. Ever since I was a child, I have been enamored with the various facets of the field of medicine. The development of the human body is so incredibly intriguing, and being able to track its development over time is absolutely fascinating. My absolute goal and academic pursuit is to one day become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon.

2016-2017 Sigma Nu Scholar

Corey Nadelbach ’19

Corey Nadelbach

My name is Corey Nadelbach and I am a rising junior here at the University of Maryland. I am currently studying Psychology with a minor in General Business. For the past year and a half, I have been heavily involved in my fraternity Sigma Nu where I have served as logistics chairman and house manager. I am also a part of other clubs such as College Park Scholars, America Reads, and have had the honor of being a founding member of Tomorrow’s Business Leaders Today club. I hope to continue my studies and pursue a career in I/O psychology or advertising.

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