Stephanie Rose

University of Pittsburgh

Stephanie Rose is a fourth-year doctoral student in the School of Computing and Information at the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to her doctoral studies, she served in the New York Air National Guard. This spirit of service has continued throughout her time at the University of Pittsburgh; her efforts have served both her academic community and her local community with an eye on how local concerns may be iterated around the country and may inform the development of impactful global policies. Ms. Rose has helped Pittsburgh underserved youth learn about STEM fields, has served on the University’s Graduate and Professional Student Government to make integral changes to advance the quality of life and community of Pitt’s graduate students, has worked with PittVets to provide support to veterans transitioning from the military to an academic/civilian life, has volunteered with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh to assist with Thanksgiving distribution efforts, and has most recently served as a guest scholar at the Aspen Institute, which leverages scholars, leaders, and human creativity to tackle some of the world’s most significant problems.

Dr. Patrick Gallagher
University of Pittsburgh

Personal Statement

I want to continue to work in communities to inspire change for the better and contribute towards a better ecosystem wherever my service is needed and can inspire change. In my role in the Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) at Pitt, I am learning about concerns of grad students outside of my program and have collaborated with Pitt’s administration to make integral changes to advance the quality of life of our grad students. This has led me to become more engaged with the Student Advocates for Graduate Education (SAGE) Coalition, where we discuss critical concerns across R1 institutions and champion for change on Capitol Hill. I have partnered with the School of Computing and Information on local community service engagements to foster interest from underserved youth in STEM fields. Specifically, I have been able to pique the interest of middle and high school students at the Grayson Community Center, engaging them in coding and aid them in their endeavors for their academic careers extending past high school. I have also begun working with our PittVets organization on campus to raise awareness and provide support to veterans transitioning from the military to an academic/civilian life.

Stephanie Rose
Information Science with a concentration in Telecommunications: Class of 2021
written 2020

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Alexander Kaye, U. of Central Florida Miyako Iwata, UC Berkeley M. Chiamaka Okonkwo, UNC Charlotte Noelia Michelle Flores González, Universidad de Monterrey Ashlyn Woods, University of Baltimore Greta Hacker, University of Central Arkansas Christian Coleman, University of Central Oklahoma Hailey Ettinger, University of Colorado Boulder Michael Hernández, University of Connecticut Claire Sullivan, University of Dayton Maggie Nelson, University of Delaware Tarun Ramesh, University of Georgia Gregoria Uroza, University of Houston-Downtown Wasan Kumar, University of Illinois at Chicago Kaitlyn Meyr, University of Kentucky Ana Benitez, University of La Verne Amanda Gardner, University of Maine at Augusta Stephanie Turcios, University of Mary Washington Nihira Mugamba, University of Maryland, Baltimore County(UMBC) Maggie Sullivan, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Danelia Ramirez Aguilar, University of Massachusetts Lowell Jendayi London, University of Miami Meredith Days, University of Michigan Lucy Grimshaw, University of Missouri – St. Louis Kortney Sims, University of Montana Dinesh Karki, University of Nebraska Omaha Alexandra Vergara, University of New Hampshire Keyri Ambrocio, University of New Haven Aryelle Jacobsen, University of North Carolina Asheville Katherine Torres, University of North Georgia Yarik Molina, University of North Texas at Dallas Cole Passick, University of Northern Iowa Evan McKenna, University of Notre Dame Justin Norris, University of Oklahoma Nisha Sridhar, University of Oregon Oluwatomisin Oyedele, University of Pennsylvania Stephanie Rose, University of Pittsburgh TJ Tann, University of Richmond Ana Trejo Aguilar, University of San Diego Evelyn Pedraza Fernandez, University of San Francisco Imani Sherrills, University of South Carolina Beaufort Patrick Mack, University of South Carolina Upstate Reylan Cook, University of South Carolina-Columbia - Columbia, SC Tyus Edmond, University of St Thomas Amber Heidenreich, University of Wisconsin - Superior Shehrose Charania, University of Wisconsin-Madison Tavyonia Davis, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Trenton Ebel, UW Green Bay
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