Laura Ladlow ’12 recalls dynamic and powerful classes from science courses to Earlham Seminars. She also studied in Tanzania and participated in sports, the Outdoors Club, student government and Dance Alloy.
An EPIC Advantage research internship gave Malvika Dua ’20 experience in biological techniques and a more realistic understanding of the process of research. As a research assistant at the Schepens Eye Research Institute at Harvard Medical School, Dua’s interest in research was confirmed.
Meredith believes a liberal arts education at Earlham provides the freedom to choose one's own academic adventures and doesn't pigeonhole one into a Pre-Med track.