On May 17, Case Western Reserve University celebrated the graduation of thousands of undergraduate students, ready to take on the next chapter to achieve their professional and personal goals.
- Elizabeth Adams, who will soon work in a cardiovascular intensive care unit, where she has worked as a clinical technician for the past two years.
- Joshua Holmes, who will spend the next year working as a research assistant in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at CWRU—a far cry from his family cattle ranch in northern California where he has been riding out the pandemic.
- Brittany Rabb, who, after losing both her parents at the age of 14, earned her undergraduate degree from CWRU last year and completed her master’s degree in social work this year. She’ll soon head to Washington, D.C. to work as a research analyst at Mathematica.
- Parv Sud, whose undergraduate career encompassed biomolecular engineering, business management, Bhangra, student government and more, putting him on the path that led to him earning a spot in the three-year Swagelok Career Development Program.
Meet more of our graduates. We are so proud (but, honestly … given their talents and the experiences they gained as students … not all that surprised) of all they have accomplished.