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Danielle Cogburn headshot
Major: Computer Science
"Entrepreneurship means working hard to share your skills and creativity with the world."
Estella Xin headshot
Major: Computer Science and Math
"Entrepreneurship is the key to advancement and bringing people together."
Stephanie Cree headshot
Major: Advertising
BDP Certificate: Digital Arts & Media
Graduation Year: Spring 2017
"Entrepreneurship is improving the world through what you do best, no matter what that may be."
Young Kim's headshot
Major: Economics
"I love to watch startups grow and prosper."
Clarissa Parulian headshot
Major: Management Information Systems
"Good entreprenuership is creating something that matters and enriches life for others."
Aaron Estrada headshot
Major: Communication
Graduation Year: Spring 2018
"Being able to work for myself and take full ownership of my work is something that I take tremendous pride in."
Arjo Mozumder headshot
Major: Finance
Graduation Year: Spring 2017
"Entrepreneurship is creating positive discontinuities in any field and empowering others to do the same."
Nicole Griffin Headshot
Major: Human Development and Family Sciences
BDP Certificate: Children & Society
Graduation Year: Spring 2018

Children & Society student Nicole Griffin spent the summer of 2017 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania working with Ubongo, a local NGO that creates educational TV programming for children in Sub-Saharan Africa. This experience helped her integrate her child development knowledge with her BDP strand focus of Children, Media, and the Arts.]

“I realized my passion for children's media as well as how much I enjoyed the international NGO setting. I now know that there are many innovative projects out there looking for people passionate about children's development and education.”
Mrinalini Shah Headshot
Major: Government
BDP Certificate: Public Policy
Graduation Year: Fall 2017

Mrinalini “Nali” Shah, a Government major earning a BDP certificate in Public Policy, interned at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Washington, D.C. As a governmental affairs intern, Nali monitored congressional activity and supported UNHCR staff in their mission to assist refugees.

“Ultimately, I hope to put my scholarship and work experience towards promoting efforts that enable refugees and asylum seekers to lead lives of dignity.”
Mallory Miller Headshot
Major: Anthropology
BDP Certificate: Museum Studies
Graduation Year: Spring 2018

Museum Studies BDP student Mallory Miller interned at The Alamo historic site where she transcribed and translated correspondence between Mexican military officials. She learned about many aspects of preserving and managing historic sites and collections.

“The most rewarding aspect of my Connecting Experience so far has been the opportunity to experience the behind-the-scenes workings of a historical site.”