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Four Loyola Students Named University Innovation Fellows by Stanford University

Loyola University Maryland

November 1, 2019


Four Loyola students have been selected University Innovation Fellows (UIF) by Stanford University.

The recipients are Cameron Galley, ’22, a psychology major from Baltimore, Md.; Benjamin Hunt, ’22, an Annapolis, Md., native who is majoring in finance; Meghan McNulty, ’22, a chemistry major from Tucson, Ariz.; and Siena Pizzano, ’22, a data science major with a minor in innovation and entrepreneurship from West Orange, N.J.

The four Loyola students are among 360 students from 90 higher education institutions throughout the world who have been named University Innovation Fellows. As fellows, selected students are challenged with bringing innovative ideas to campus to help foster entrepreneurial opportunities, creativity, and design thinking. They will also attend workshops, conferences, work alongside faculty and administrators to develop new course material and lend a student voice to conversations about higher education.

In spring 2020, the fellows will have the chance to attend a Silicon Valley Meetup in California where they will meet with leaders in education and industry to learn strategies to help their projects and ideas thrive at their universities.