School of Science Peer Mentors Hold Annual Career Choices Roundtable
Monday, Feb. 25, 2019
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, the School of Science Peer Mentors held their annual Career Choices Roundtable event. Current Monmouth students had the chance to learn about career opportunities from professionals—many of whom were Monmouth alumni—currently employed in fields such as biology, teaching in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), marine and environmental biology and policy, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science and software engineering.
The career choices panel included (from left to right) Justin Schlemm ’16, Brianna Licciardello, Joe Boyd ’11 ’12M, Georga Torres Waldron ’17, Kalyna Reda and Parth Nilesh Kadakia. Kadakia is a current Monmouth University graduate student. Monmouth University students Licciardello and Reda are peer mentors and moderated the discussion.
Chemistry was represented by (front row, from left to right) Sean Grimes ’12, Areeba Sohail ’17, Andrea Grafton ’09, and Tony Levorse. The panel was moderated by peer mentors and current students Kellsey Church and Emily Tumbaco (back row, from left to right).