Fall Class of 2021

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Mandy Chuor

Graduation: Spring 2023

Mandy is a third-year student majoring in biomedical sciences with a minor in public health. She currently serves as an Honors Ambassador and Orientation Mentor Lead for the Judy Genshaft Honors College, the President of the Pre-Dental Society, and the Treasurer of the Chinese Culture and Language Club. She also volunteers as an HIV Testing Counselor at BRIDGE Clinic and served on the committee for the 14th annual Journey to the East event at USF. Mandy is a recipient of the Genshaft-Greenbaum Global Explorer's Award where she will be implementing oral health education in rural communities of Cambodia. Aside from academics, she is an active musician in the Honors Orchestra and Honors Performance Series. Upon graduation, Mandy hopes to enter dental school in the Fall of 2023.

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Kristof Cseh

Graduation: Spring 2022

Kristof is a fourth-year student majoring in Biomedical Engineering. He is a member of the Judy Genshaft Honors College and a National Merit Scholar. He currently serves as the Vice President of USF GloBull Ambassadors and is involved with the Biomedical Engineering Society and Engineering Medical Society. Outside of academics, Kristof spends his time as a research assistant in the USF Auditory Development and Connectomics Laboratory and as an intern with Jabil under the Jabil Scholars Program. Upon graduation, he will attend graduate school at USF to complete his Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering under an Accelerated Pathway before pursuing a career in the industry.

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Evelyn De Oliveira

Graduation: Spring 2023

Evelyn is a third-year student at USF, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. This past summer she started two jobs at her home campus Sarasota-Manatee, one of them being in Student Government. She also has been an Ambassador for her campus and hopes to go to graduate school at USF and possibly work on campus, and hopefully,  study abroad before graduating.

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Caitlyn Deam

Graduation: Spring 2023

Caitlyn is a junior double majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology and Criminology, and minoring in Deaf Studies. She plans on pursuing MD/JD and attending both medical and law school. As such, Caitlyn is involved in many areas of campus and in research. She is the 2022 President of the pre-medical fraternity Phi Delta Epsilon and the Programming Director for the Orthopedics and Athletic Medicine Club. She also is the treasurer of the pre-law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta, and the Logistics Chair of Mock Trial Club. In the Honors College, Caitlyn is a Peer Mentor Lead for the Honors Foundations Program and is one of the JGHC Student Council Community and Leadership Coordinators. She also works as Bulls Nite Out Director under the Center for Student Involvement and has served as Senator in Student Government in the past.

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Claire-Marie Rocke

Claire-Marie Rocke is a third-year undergraduate from Trinidad and Tobago. She is a Cell and Molecular Biology major minoring in Public Health. A member of the Judy Genshaft Honors College, Claire has served as an International Orientation Leader and currently serves as a Learning Assistant in the USF Biology Department. Apart from academics, she is a mixed media visual artist who has done exhibits in and around Tampa as well as a published poet. Claire is also a research assistant at USF’s Global Center for Hearing and Speech Research. Upon graduation, she intends to pursue a doctoral degree in Biomedicine.

Graduation: Fall 2022

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Rachel Kline

Graduation: Spring 2024

Rachel Kline is a second-year student entering the University of South Florida College of Nursing next fall. She is a Resident Assistant and serves as the Community Liaison Officer on the University of South Florida Community Emergency Response Team. Rachel volunteers on campus at Student Health Services and off-campus with Feeding Tampa Bay. Following graduation, she hopes to work as a travel nurse and then go to graduate school to become a nurse anesthetist.

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Audra Nikolajski

Graduation: Spring 2024

Audra Nikolajski is a sophomore pursuing concurrent degrees in English and Political Science with a minor in Education. Audra currently serves as the Volunteer Committee Co-Chair for the JGHCSC. She is an editor for Thread, USF’s Literary Magazine, and she is a passionate peer mentor for the honors college. Audra is also a mentor with the Hillsborough Education Foundation and an English tutor. She recently co-created a Canvas course to reduce disparities of students with disabilities, which she presented at a Harvard conference. She is dedicated to storytelling, literacy, and service and is developing an honors course that will combine these attributes. Audra aims to be an author and professor, while advocating for educational reform in the political sphere and in the classroom. Upon graduation, she hopes to obtain a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction.

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Amy Pham

Graduation: Spring 2024

Amy is a second-year student pursuing a degree in Biomedical Sciences. Her passions lie in community involvement and advocacy. Amy has been involved in Student Government for the past two terms and currently serves as the Senate Relations Committee Chair. She is also the content editor for Sparks Magazine where she writes and edits articles highlighting social issues relevant to the Asian and Pacific Islander American community. She has completed internships related to public health and policymaking with the Kerolle Initiative for Community Health and the Hillsborough County Government. Her goal is to become a physician who is actively involved in health policy. Upon graduation, Amy hopes to pursue a dual Medical Doctor and Master’s in Public Health degree program.

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Sasha Post

Graduation: Spring 2024

Sasha is a second-year enrolled in the Judy Genshaft Honors College studying Cellular and Molecular Biology. He is involved in the University Emergency Medicine Student Association, USF's chapter of Rotaract, and undergraduate research through the Wildman lab at the College of Public Health. After graduating, he hopes to continue studying evolutionary genetics and epigenetics to facilitate the understanding of our health.

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Kobe Phillips

Graduation: Spring 2024

Kobe is pursuing a dual major in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Economics. He is the President and Instructor of the USF Community Garden, as well as the President-Elect of the USF Rowing Club. In addition, he serves as an Honors Ambassador and Honors Peer Mentor for the Judy Geneshaft Honors College. While at USF, Kobe has been volunteering at the USF Botanical Gardens as a student Beekeeper and hopes to further educate students on apiary studies. Moreover, he aims to develop a research lab at the community gardens to improve student access to undergraduate research in the field of plant sciences and ecology. Kobe aspires to combine the fields of beekeeping, medical botany, and environmental policy to make global changes in the development of traditional medicine and ethnobotany.

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Jataya Jackson

Graduation: Spring 2022

Jataya is a fourth-year student in the Judy Genshaft Honors College pursuing concurrent degrees in Biomedical Sciences and Public Health. She currently serves as the Fundraising Chair for Black Student Union, an Honors Ambassador, and Honors Teaching Assistant. She is also an active member of the Dean’s Student Leadership Society and COPH Health Scholar’s Program. Her commitment and passion for community service can be observed through her participation in the JGHC Grand Challenges competition and the USF SG Green Alliance competition. She has also served as a representative for the COPH at the American Public Health Association Conference and USF Health Interprofessional Education Day. After graduation, Jataya plans to obtain her Master’s in Public Health and pursue medical school with hopes of becoming an OBGYN and opening her own women’s healthcare facility.

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Natalie Vlckova

Graduation: Spring 2023

Natalie is an International Studies major with a minor in Spanish. She's originally from Prague, Czech Republic. She hopes to contribute more to USF in the time before my graduation and after. Currently, she works as the Federal Solicitor General in the Student Government and focuses on initiatives helping our students. In the future, I plan to pursue a career in the legal field.

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Nusheen Immen

Graduation: Spring 2024

Nusheen is a second-year student in the Judy Genshaft Honors College, majoring in Biomedical Sciences and minoring in Psychology. She is involved in several student organizations across campus and serves as Marketing and Public Relations Co-Chair on the Judy Genshaft Honors College Student Council as well as Secretary of Bulls for Moffitt. Nusheen is an undergraduate researcher at Moffitt Cancer Center where she works in an area regarding transcriptional and epigenetic control of immune responses to infections and in tumors. She also enjoys volunteering her time at the Surgery Waiting Room in Moffitt Cancer Center. Upon graduation, Nusheen hopes to attend medical school and specialize in oncology.

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Chase Thomas

Graduation: Spring 2022

Chase Thomas is a Honors College Data Science student with a minor in political science looking to find a role within Sports as a Business Intelligence Analyst for the Lightning, Buccaneers, or Braves and play an active role in the community as an advocate and/or mentor for USF Students, playing a role in the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce’s subcommittees on Transportation, inclusion, and other interests, and helping in various non-profits such as Jackson in Action, Feeding Tampa Bay, etc. Currently, Chase is working as a Live Events Assistant for the Lightning, Data intern for USA Triathlon, and Operations Analyst for Shiplify while maintaining memberships in the Collegiate Leadership Program in the Chamber of Commerce, USF Data Science Club, and various other on-campus clubs and/or service opportunities.

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Amanda Trimbovetchi-Manrakhan

Graduation: Spring 2023

Amanda Trimbovechi-Manrakhan is from Trinidad and Tobago, and she's currently studying Industrial Engineering with hopes to obtain a degree in Advertising. She is an entrepreneur with the goal of building her own Dynasty. Amanda lives by two quotes, “Everything happens for a reason,” and “Tomorrow is not promised.” She uses these two quotes to drive her to be her very best. She has a passion for traveling and cooking with a dream of owning her restaurant. 

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Grace Maszy

Graduation: Spring 2022

Grace is a fourth-year student pursuing concurrent degrees in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Psychology with a minor in Literary Studies. She is a Peer Mentor Lead in the Judy Genshaft Honors College, Treasurer of the Pre-Medical American Student Association, and tutor for the Academic Success Center. She is also a research assistant in the Pathology department at Moffitt Cancer Center. Upon graduation, Grace plans to attend medical school where she will work toward a career in Women's health in underserved populations.

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Sean Schrader

Graduation: Spring 2024

Sierra is a sophomore double majoring in Philosophy and World Languages and Cultures with a concentration in German. She came to USF as a National Merit Scholar. Sierra is the Student President of the USF Honors Medical Humanities Pathway, the founder of the Being and Time philosophy reading group, the communications liaison for the undergraduate Philosophy Organization, and a Botany Club Event Planner. Sierra enjoys gardening and volunteers at the USF Honors Community Garden and the Village Institute for Sustainable Technologies and Agriculture (VISTA) Gardens. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a PhD in Philosophy with the intent to become a university professor. Sierra is a proud effective altruist, and has donated over $3,000 to effective charities this year. She is also a published poet and photographer.

Sean Schrader is a senior at USF studying business management. Throughout Sean's time at USF, he has focused on community involvement and civic engagement, serving as an Intern and Assistant Constituent Advocate for Congressman Charlie Crist, representing the City of Clearwater on the St. Pete Clearwater International Airport Noise Abatement Task Force, and volunteering with nonprofit organizations. Currently, Sean is a Senator in the USF Student Government, a Fellow in the United Nations Millennium Fellowship, and a Member of the 2021-2022 Class of Collegiate Leadership Tampa Bay. Once Sean graduates from USF, he would like to pursue both MBA and JD degrees. Sean enjoys public service and would enjoy a career working in the Florida government.

Graduation: Spring 2022