Ritu Agarwal

Overland Park, KS, Biochemistry and Sociology (Pre-Medicine)
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Summary

Ritu Agarwal is a sophomore pre-med student planning to double major in biochemistry and sociology as well as minor in Spanish. She attended Blue Valley Northwest in Overland Park, Kansas. In college, she is involved in Honors Student Council, Shot@Life, Phi Delta Epsilon (a pre-med fraternity), and swing dance club. Additionally, she volunteers through CCO (Center for Community Outreach) at Jubilee kitchen- a local soup kitchen.

Ask me about: getting involved on campus, interdisciplinary studies, and being pre-med.

            rituagarwal@ku.edu


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