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Majors: Biology and Education
Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
First-generation college student and recent graduate Enya Granados arrived at Heidelberg with the perfect mindset: Say yes to as many new experiences as possible. In addition to a rigorous academic schedule, those new experiences included teaching English in China, singing with the Concert Choir, completing summer research internships at two major universities and honing her leadership skills as an advocate for diversity on campus. Perhaps her crowning achievement, Enya received one of only 30 fellowships from the prestigious Knowles Teacher Initiative to support her development as a high school biology teacher.
"I want people to see me as a changer … as someone who was really passionate about that and someone who set the bar high."