Former MHSN Students Host Panel Discussion with STEM Pathway Students


Lion's Roar Staff, Writer

Contributed by the MTPS Newsletter:
A panel of High School North alumni came back to campus Jan. 6 to speak to current students enrolled in the STEM Pathway program, a focused educational course load that over four years will prepare students to pursue a STEM-focused career or college major. Part of the pathway experience is the opportunity to interact special guest speakers and panels who are either professionals in various STEM-related fields, or in this case alumni at the next level of education.
Middletown High School North students listen to former MHSN graduates about college life and the expectations of a collegiate student.
The panel included the following alumni:
  • Payleigh Behan ’16, Virginia Tech mechanical engineering major hired at Honeywell Aerospace for May 2020
  • Spencer Bennet ’18, Environmental Science Major and intern at Boston Environmental Lab.
  • Stephen Scala 18, engineering major.
  • Gabi Cerbo ’18, pharmaceutical chemistry major at RPI and university researcher with internship.
  • Jacy Lieberum ’19, University of the Sciences, biological and pharmaceutical chemistry major with internship.
  • Brian Dorobis ’19, computer software engineer major, Rutgers University.
  • Tyler Gunther ’19,Rensselaer University chemical engineering and computer science double major.
  • Mary McMullan ’19, TCNJ, Physics major.
  • Dalia Habiby ’19, Political Science American University and Washington D.C intern.
  • Elyse Spinelli ’16, Villanova, Computer Engineering and mathematics major, intern for Lockhead Martin.
  • Nicole Hannon ’19, Occupational Therapist doctoral program at Misericordia University.
  • Katelyn Brink ’19, Stockton University, math major.
NOTE: For more information about District Pathways, Academies, and Advance Placement courses please follow the link.