scholarship from the Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) in recognition of his efforts
and achievements at William Woods University.
which donated $16,000 to MCF, providing 16 scholarships of $1,000 each to
qualified students majoring in a science-related discipline.
universities in Missouri by working with private donors to secure scholarship
with minors in chemistry, physical science and Spanish. He is studying abroad this semester at
Universisdad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo in Guayuquil, Ecuador.
President’s Twenty, president of Beta Beta Beta biology honor society and an
active member of his fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha. He is also active in the
community, where he averages 25 hours of community service a semester and has
helped raise money for foundations such as the Scleroderma Foundation.
tick-borne pathogens such as Borrelia
burgdorferi and Borrelia lonestari
found in Missouri ticks.