Senior Reflects: Biomedical Engineering Major Hannah Doyle

Hannah smiles while standing next to a white flowering plant on campus.

Today we speak with Hannah, a graduating senior Biomedical Engineering major from Seaford, Delaware. She tells us more about her time at Rowan and provides some advice for incoming students.

Hannah stands inside a campus gazebo.

Could you share your favorite moment with a faculty member or a favorite experience in one of your classes?

Working with my classmates to all get through a semester together that was really tough. We shared notes, studied together, and even though it was one of my hardest semesters, it is something I am fond of and will cherish.

Hannah smiles behind bright pink spring flowers.

Could you share your favorite social memory?

Hanging out with my friends in the Holly Pointe dorms and having bonfires with my friends when they moved off-campus.

What are your career aspirations?

I want to do research and development in industry with nanomedicine.

How did the people or programs at Rowan help to support you with your professional growth or career aspirations?

The BME program at Rowan helped me find out that I was interested in drug delivery. The faculty also helped me write my personal statement, and helped me fill out my applications to graduate school.

Do you want to give a thank you shout out to your family, friends, advisors or mentors?

Thanks Mom and Dad and Dr. Brewer!

Who is your favorite professor? What class did you take them for? And why is this person your favorite?

Dr. Brewer was my favorite professor. I took him for three classes, and he was always down to help with coursework at any time of the day, even weekends. He was also a good teacher and willing to help and advise in any way he could. His personality was great and class was never boring. He really cares about the students here.

Hannah stands with Bunce Hall in the background.

What advice would you give to incoming freshmen or transfers about making the most out of their college experience?

Stay out of your dorm room as much as you can, spend as much time with your friends as possible.

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Story by:
Bianca Torres, music industry graduate

Photos by:
Brian Seay, junior sports communication and media major

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