About Past Scholars
2018-2019 Scholar
Natalie Ryan
Natalie Ryan

Natalie Ryan is a junior at The University of Maryland majoring in Hearing and Speech Sciences. She plans to obtain her master’s degree in speech pathology and to work in the speech department in an elementary school. She is a proud member of Alpha Chi Omega and the National Student Speech Language Association Club. In addition, she works in a clinical outcomes research lab: Avoidance Reduction Therapy for Stuttering. Natalie aspires to become a successful speech pathologist by making a difference in children’s lives.


2017-2018 Scholar
Sabrina Riordan
Sabrina Riordan

Sabrina Riordan is a sophomore Dietetics major at the University of Maryland. She hopes to become a Registered Dietitian and loves working with children. She worked at UMD's Nutrition Camp over the summer, as well as with athletes on campus through the Sports Nutrition Department. She is also involved in many activities around campus. She has served as the Internal Director of Revolutions Dance Ensemble, is the Junior PHA Delegate for her sorority Alpha Delta Pi, is the Logistics Captain of the Terp Thon Planning Team Events Committee, is a member of the UMD Student Dietetic Association, and is a Sports Nutrition Volunteer. She enjoys helping her sorority’s philanthropy by spending time at Ronald McDonald House. Sabrina aspires to one day work in a children’s hospital. She believes that in addition to academics, giving back to her community is an important part to being the best version of herself.


2016-2017 Scholar
Rachel Moskowitz
Rachel Moskowitz

Rachel Moskowitz is a sophomore Elementary Education major with a focus area in Social Studies at the University of Maryland. She hopes to teach the 2nd grade and loves working with children at her Day Camp over the summer. She is involved in many activities around campus. She serves as the Vice President of Philanthropy for her sorority Sigma Delta Tau, is a campus tour guide and is a part of the Terp Thon planning team. Rachel believes that being well-rounded and studious are incredibly important to being the best version of herself.


2015-2016 Scholar
Andrew Grosse
Thomas McConnell

2014-2015 Scholar
Braden Osten

2013-2014 Scholar
Lewis Calem

2012-2013 Scholars
Neville Brodie
David Butko

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