Local students receive honors — July 4

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Chamberlain showcases research at Bates College’s Mount David Summit

LEWISTON, MAINE — Zoe Chamberlain, of Clemmons, presented her student research entitled “Off-Campus Study: Living Your Life in a Second Language” at the 18th Mount David Summit. The annual celebration of academic achievement highlights undergraduate research; student creative work in art, dance, theater, music and film/video; projects conducted in the context of academic courses; and community-engaged research.

“A major feature of academic life at Bates, the Mount David Summit gives our students the opportunity to share their novel and consequential creative and scholarly work,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Malcolm Hill.

Chamberlain, the daughter of Monica Chamberlain of Clemmons and David G. Chamberlain of Lewisville and a 2016 graduate of Forsyth Country Day School, was among 217 Bates students who presented research posters, short talks, panel discussions, demonstrations, literary readings, and video screenings highlighting their work. Chamberlain worked with David Das, assistant director of the Center for Global Education, on their research.

Local residents graduate from Tulane University

NEW ORLEANS — The following local students have graduated from Tulane University:

• Neha Chatrath, of Clemmons, earned a doctorate of medicine

• Sneha Saravanan, of Winston-Salem, earned a master’s of health administration