Saanchi is a Business Analytics and Information Technology major and a member of the Honors College Class of 2021. Outside of Student Advisory Board, she is part of the Rutgers Performing Dance Company and Daksha Dance Troupe. In her free time, she loves to sing and draw. As a member of the communications committee, Saanchi hopes to help spread the word about all that the Honors College has to offer.
Swetha is a part of the School of Arts and Sciences and the Class of 2021. She is majoring in Cell Biology and Neuroscience along with a minor in Psychology. In addition to being a member of the Community Service Committee for the Student Advisory Board, Swetha is also involved in the North American Disease Intervention club, the American Medical Students Organization, and serves as an Honors College Ambassador. She has recently started cancer research at one of the Biomedical Engineering labs. In her free time, Swetha enjoys reading and dancing.
Nikita is a member of the Honors College class of 2021 and is in the School of Arts and Sciences studying applied math and actuarial science with a possible minor in computer science. She is apart of the programming committee on the Student Advisory Board and enjoys helping plan the events. Apart from SAB, Nikita is also involved in Honors College Ambassadors and Women in Mathematical Sciences. In her free time, she enjoys napping and occasionally reading.
Zaynab is a member of the Honors College Class of 2021 from South Brunswick, NJ. She is studying Mechanical Engineering in the School of Engineering. She is also a Class of 2021 Representative for the Engineering Governing Council and is a member for the Society of Women Engineering.
Shaheer is a member of the Honors College class of 2021 studying molecular biology and biochemistry in the School of Arts and Sciences. In the Honors College, Shaheer is also involved with the HC Media Team and you may have seen him at various events taking photographs. As part of the communications committee, Shaheer is focused on promoting Honors College events and managing marketing/social media. In his free time, he enjoys running, night photography, and Brower omelettes.
Amy is a student in the Class of 2021 from South Brunswick, NJ. She is in the Rutgers Business School, planning on majoring in Finance and BAIT. On campus, she is on the Professional Development Committee of FBLA-PBL and is also a member of LIBOR. In her free time, Amy enjoys drawing, baking, and watching TV.
Jorden is a member of the Honors College Class of 2021 and is from South Brunswick, NJ. He is currently majoring in biomedical engineering while pursuing a pre-med track. He joined SAB as a means of maintaining and improving the culture created by the student community. As a member of the HCI committee, Jorden hopes to further student-driven programs through the principles of the Honors College mission. In his spare time, you can find him playing basketball at the College Ave gym or goofing around in the Druskin Lounge.
Emily is a member of the Honors College Class of 2021 and a first-year Pharmacy student. In addition to SAB, she is a part of the Mentoring Pod Program, serves as Medical Liaison for Disrupt HC, and is a member of Enactus. In her free time she enjoys volunteering and playing nitroball with her friends. As a part of the Honors College Initiatives Committee, Emily would love to hear your ideas and answer any questions you may have about initiatives during her office hours.
Serena is a member of the Rutgers University Class of 2021. In addition to being part of the programming committee of the Honor’s College Student Advisory Board, she is also a member of the A2E tutoring program. In high school, she served as a girl delegate to the United Nations where she advocated for girl’s rights on a national and international level. She also served as a Girl Scout for nine years and received her Gold Award for educating and spreading awareness on human trafficking to her community and peers. Serena is pursuing a major in Business Analytics Information Technology and minors in Computer Science and Gender and Women’s Studies with the hopes that, in the future, she will start a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping girls obtain an education using technology. She is looking forward to help make the Honor’s College an even better experience for future students!