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My Winthrop Experience
Zainab Ghadiyali '09 wants young women to know that engineering is not only a man's world.
Growing up, Sylvester Owens '03, '06 learned first-hand the value of a Winthrop degree.
Alyssa Toshimitsu redefines what it means to "be involved" on campus.
An alternative spring break trip to Selma, Alabama, has changed student Felicia Chisholm's life.
Linda Driggers Williams
Donor Linda Driggers Williams gives back to help Winthrop students stay in school.
A Winthrop degree helped prepare Eric Sprouse '73 for his career and life.
For Jacob Hallex, capturing visual images is something that just clicks.
Student Jennie Montgomery created a video that perfectly summarizes her first semester at Winthrop.
Marit Majeske '07 works hard to ensure that everyone can enjoy the arts.
Shae Frichette '00 wanted a career that would let her "create her own path."
VP Frank Ardaiolo calls his 25-year Winthrop career "truly extraordinary."
Linh Tran chose the non-traditional route for her English degree.
Jeff Muschik '99 has been mad about soccer since he was 5 years old.
From business student to business owner: Charlotte Brown '11, '14 has come full circle.
The love story of alumni Paisley Trantham and Jeffery Myers started in 105 Sims.
Ian Deas '15
Ian Deas vowed to "get involved" in college.
If not for Winthrop, donor Irene Boland's career might have been very, very different.
When Jason Silverman was in fourth grade, he wanted to depict Abraham Lincoln in a silent vignette.
Tony Moore '06 is in the business of getting to know the person inside the celebrity.
For Thomas Reid '10, every workday is a zoo – and he loves every minute of it.
When Melissa Gladden '99 decided to start a business, she knew just where to turn for help.
Jordyn Kessler '14
Jordyn Kessler found an unexpected benefit in the McNair Scholars program.
Joe Rusinko specializes in creating real life research opportunities for his math students.
Brittany Prioleau '14 is among 11 nationally chosen for prestigious biology research program.
Leah Brown '15
Leah Brown '15 views her major as a way to piece people together.
Jessie DuBard '58 created a scholarship to help students with family backgrounds similar to her own.
Mark Jamison '11
One decision can change your life, says Mark Jamison '11.
Michael Richardson thinks of modeling as a part-time interest.
Retired entrepreneur Ted Riddle '84 believes Winthrop prepares students for life.
Professor Aaron Hartel is credited with increasing the rigor of the organic chemistry program.
Said Abdi's experience abroad opened his eyes to a new passion: teaching.
Julie Busha '00 used her aggressive marketing skills on the T.V. Show "Shark Tank."
Casey Chapman '04 has won accolades for his acting at film festivals across the world.
Chelsea Brown `14 is eager to achieve her dream of becoming a radio/television personality.
Craig Hodge appreciates the guidance Winthrop offers student veterans.
Taylor Calvert's trip to Haiti was a life-changing experience she won't forget.
Sonya Gary '93, '95 believes being open to new experiences makes life exciting.
Amanda Cavin '15
Amanda Cavin corrected her biggest regret by finishing her education degree.
Beth Melton '03, '10 discovered her love of art by watching her mother create.
Justin Moore has found something personal and different in his Winthrop education.
Chandra Dillard `87 has a deep appreciation for good representation by government leaders.
Junior Michael Patrick won't let anything stand in the way of his baseball dream.
Sarah Hoffman '09, '11 found a special way to memoralize a friend and classmate.
Professor Carol Marchel's documentary film explores teacher retention in rural schools.
Arnold Komola said his job at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Zimbabwe is about problem solving.
Thibaut "Tebow" Taquet
The Montpellier, France, native is a third generation driver from a racing family.
Sadie Livingston Boyer
Sadie Boyer '58 is a trailblazer in her field and wants to help others as well.
Radio personality Sheri Lynch put her love of social work into action by earning a graduate degree.
Desirae House '13 educated her peers on health issues every day through the SWAT organization.
Dylan Rogers '03 is all about the fine details in his work at David Webb Jewelry.
Bonita Stuckey '96, '97, established the Jones Stuckey Annual Restricted Scholarship.
Derek Elgin had no interest in attending a university where he would be just a face in the crowd.
Jay Dowd `89 works in a field – higher education – where the consumer and the product are one and th
Brandon Oxendine '10 uses his design skills all the way in Germany.
Roy Weathers '89 worked his way up to partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP.
Mark Dewalt has published books and interviewed in Emmy-nominated documentaries.
Avin Jayawickrema is pushing for self-satisfaction as a double major.
Destinee Johnson '14
A love of science landed Destinee Johnson '14 a competitive spot in the DOW-MIT Access Program.
Jeff Revels '93 shares his love of theatre at the Orlando Repertory Theatre.
Martha Sue “Mickey” Taylor
Mickey Taylor ’60 felt at home when she first stepped on Winthrop’s campus as a freshman.
Shanola Hampton '98 appears on the hit television show "Shameless."
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