Residence: Shanghai, China
School: Shanghai High School International Division
Intended major: Public Health
Age during program: Grade 12
Abigail is actively involved in various extracurricular activities and she absolutely loves being a part of them. Some of the roles she takes on include the president of Live2Drama Shanghai, Leader of Associated Students Body, Student Coach and Assistant Director of International Affairs Association (Model United Nations).
What challenges did she face?
- Abigail struggled a little bit with the flow of her research paper. However with support from her mentor, she managed to overcome this problem.
An Associate Teaching Professor and Public Health Program Coordinator at Rutgers University. She is a certified member of National Board of Public Health Examiners and Masters Certified Health Education Specialist and Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health for undergraduate network, Society for Epidemiologic Research and New Jersey Public Health Association.
How did our program help her?
- The mentor provided several tips on writing a good research literature and Abigail also received tremendous recommendations for academic articles to improve understanding of her selected topic.
- Abigail deep dived into her topic of interest and wrote a splendid research paper. Coupled with her hard work and good attitude throughout the program, she received a letter of recommendation from the mentor for her college application.