Natalie M. Grome, '10
Double Major: Spanish and Biology
Awards and Achievements:
Deans List: 2006-2010 (every trimester)
Club or Student Organizations:
With Prof. Maritza Osuna (left) at Spanish Honor Society Initiation - May 24th, 2010
Title of Spanish Honors Senior Project: "Los efectos del patriarcado y la globalización en Ciudad Juárez: Un análisis de la transmisión del miedo y la representación de los Estados Unidos en la literatura."
Title of Biology Thesis: "Neural basis of visually evoked head movements and electrically evoked wing movements."
Professional School: I will be attending Yale University for Physician Associate school in the Fall of 2010.
Statement: "My ability to speak Spanish has developed immensely during my years at Union College. I was given the amazing opportunity to work at the migrant worker's clinic at the Saratoga Race Track and traveled to Costa Rica and Panama to set up medical clinics. I know that I will use Spanish frequently throughout my life and will continue using the language after graduation while at school in New Haven. I will continue with Spanish at Yale, where I will be taking a medical Spanish class allowing me to better communicate with the Spanish-speaking patients."