“I fell in love with the sciences here … the one-on-one research and all the opportunities. Other colleges just can’t compare.”
A future physician assistant, Madison studied abroad at the University of Glasgow, where she worked with a professor on his research and dissected human cadavers as part of an anatomy class. To fund her research, she secured a Richter grant from North Central and presented her findings at a national conference.
Madison regularly participates in a Saturday science program, sharing her love of science with grade-school girls at a nearby school. “It’s been very rewarding, and I could never have done it without direction and connections from my professors.”
Madison is a College Scholar and also enjoys campus life. An orientation leader and choir vocalist, she encourages new students “to get involved early. You learn so much and meet so many different people when you do.”