Whether it’s on campus in the new Integrated Science Center or across the country at the Scripps Research Institute in California, Kenneth David ’21 is taking advantage of every opportunity to perform high-level research.
When Concordia students arrived at the TeacHaiti School of Hope in May 2018, its massive gates sealed off the sound of people selling wares and small vehicles racing down the potholed streets of Port-au-Prince.
Few students have had as much worldly experience by the time they get to Concordia as Eunice Gikundiro ’22. As an international neuroscience student, she brings a unique perspective to college in the United States.
Tate Hovland ’20 has been dipping his toes in all things Concordia to find the things that make his bucket full. He has created a unique experience by blending two major interests and following his passions.