MU-IASL Student Chapter Officers


 MU Chapter Officers 17-18

(Back row:) Grant Maloney, Lauren Grant, Joanna Lovo

(Front row:) Dr. Rajdev, Amanda Flores, Sarah Roegner, Celina Marquez


Lauren Grant is a graduate student and officer in STEM at Marymount. She has a passion for education and STEM projects that promote critical thinking and creativity. She is excited to be part of the STEM initiatives Marymount participates in in the community.Lauren hopes to pursue another degree in early childhood literacy throughout her career.
Grant Maloney is a graduate student and officer for Marymount's student chapter of STEM. He is passionate about STEM projects because they promote problem solving skills and help prepare students for the jobs of the future. Grant graduates in the Spring of 2018 and is excited to use everything he learned as a STEM leader in the classroom.
Sarah Roegner is a senior undergraduate student and president of Marymount's student chapter of STEM. She is excited to help foster a love of STEM learning through her work at each STEM event. She hopes to further cultivate this love of STEM after her graduation in the spring.
Amanda Flores is an undergraduate student at Marymount University as well as an officer in the STEM chapter. She is an advocate for STEM because it incorporates higher level thinking for students as well as provides a fun way for students to learn! Amanda is graduating this Fall but plans to stay involved with STEM through Marymount as well as incorporate STEM into her future classroom.
Joanna Lovo is an undergraduate student majoring in Multidisciplinary Studies: PreK - 6th Grade with a Teaching Licensure. She is also an Officer of the Marymount University Chapter of the International Association of STEM Leaders. After volunteering for many of the Family STEM Events, she believes that they are very beneficial not only for the families but the students as well. Seeing the students use their imagination and display so much enthusiasm as well when conducting these experiments is one of the main reasons why she has decided to pursue her degree in Education. 





MU-IASL Orientation



STEM is the SIGN!




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