Vladim Bobrovnikov of Raleigh, North Carolina graduates with University Honors from the Succeed Sooner program with a degree in multidisciplinary studies, concentrating in neuroscience. He plans to attend medical school. Vladim is an Elite Pirate as well as a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Government Association, American Medical Student Association, the Servire Society, and the Eastern North Carolina chapter of the Society for Neuroscience. Vladim is also a co-founder of the Rural Healthcare Volunteer Society, an award winning organization that has more than 150 members and is an on-going service project with clinical shadowing and volunteer programs. He has studied a year abroad in England and has received an undergraduate research assistantship stipend, Mini-Med School Certificate of Achievement, Pitt County Citizen’s Academy Certificate of Achievement, the Thomas W. Rivers Scholarship and the Ledonia Wright Memorial Scholarship. Vladim enjoys volunteering for Pitt County Memorial Hospital and has earned more than 150 hours. He is a photography buff, likes to travel, and plays classical piano.
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|Jonathan Joseph Edwards|
Jonathan Edwards of Raleigh, North Carolina graduates with dual degrees
in biology and chemistry. He plans to enroll in medical school upon
graduation. Jonathan has been recognized on the Chancellor’s List each
semester at ECU. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key
International Honor Society, the National Society of Collegiate
Scholars, Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science,
the Chemistry Club, Phi Eta Sigma, current Treasurer of East Carolina
Friends, and past president of Alpha Epsilon Delta. Jonathan is an ACS
Undergraduate Analytical Chemistry Award winner, and recipient of the
Keith D. Holmes Scholarship, and the Gerhard W. Kalmos Scholarship. He
volunteers for the Pitt County AIDS Service Organization (PiCASO), the
Boys and Girls Club, and the Grimesland Free Clinic. Jonathan also
enjoys weight lifting and running.
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|Julie Diane Goldfarb|
Julie Goldfarb of Chagrin Falls, Ohio graduates with a degree in
communications with a concentration in public relations and a minor in
comparative politics and international relations. She plans to attend
law school in the fall. Julie has been recognized on the Chancellor’s
List for six semesters and the Dean’s List for one semester. She is a
member of Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key International Honor Society, the
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega, the Public
Relations Student Society of America, and received Delta Zeta
Sorority’s Highest GPA Award and the Panhellenic Scholarship in 2007.
Julie is active in her sorority and served as treasurer, risk
management chair, and public relations chair. She is also the past
public relations chair of Panhellenic. Through Greek life Julie
volunteers with the Boys and Girls Club, Greenville’s Little Willie
Center, Cypress Glen Retirement Community, the Pitt County Food Bank,
and Pitt County Memorial Hospital. Julie also enjoys gymnastics,
traveling, working out, and following politics.
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|Sarah Elizabeth Jane Parker Womack|
Sarah Parker Womack of Washington, North Carolina graduates with a degree in health services management and a minor in business administration. Sarah has maintained a 4.0 GPA while at ECU and has been named on the Chancellor’s and Dean’s Lists while in college. She also plans to attend graduate school in the future, pursuing a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, School of Allied Health Sciences Student/Faculty Committee, the College of Allied Health Sciences Student Leadership Council, and Future Healthcare Managers of ECU. Sarah volunteers for Beaufort County Hospital, Rock the Vote, the Washington Community Theater Association, and the Historic Downtown Washington Merchant’s Association. She enjoys live music, reading, SCUBA diving, and playing disc golf.
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|Christopher Kien Vo|
Christopher Vo of Fayetteville, North Carolina graduates with a major
in biology and plans to attend dental school in the fall. Christopher
has been recognized on the Chancellor’s List for six semesters and the
Dean’s List for one semester. He is currently president and webmaster
of Delta Delta Sigma, ECU’s dental honor society, and webmaster of
ECU’s American Chemical Society chapter. Christopher is also a member
of Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, the Chemistry Club, East Carolina
Honors Organization, the Golf Club, and Badminton Club. Two of
Christopher’s essays were published in ECU’s Pirate Papers in 2006 and
multiple scientific papers have been published in professional journals
like The Journal of Chemical Physics. He is an EC Scholar and has been
awarded the East Carolina Alumni Association Scholarship two times.
Christopher is a recipient of ECU’s Undergraduate Research
Assistantship for three consecutive years. He volunteers for Growing Up
Fit, Big Sweep of Tar River, Give Kids a Smile, the Kids in Chemistry
Educational Program, and mentors students at Third Street Elementary
School. Christopher enjoys photography and web site design.