Logan Murphy

Colorado Springs, CO, Microbiology, Global and International Studies
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Logan Murphy (he/him/his) is a senior from Colorado Springs, Colorado majoring in Microbiology and minoring in Global and International Studies. He is a first-generation college student and has conducted research in the Molecular Science department, and . has held board positions for a student-ran non-profit organization called Camp Kesem. He has lived in the Scholarship Halls for two years and loves talking about his experience. Currently, he is working as a Medical Assistant in a Family Practice Clinic here in Lawrence, Kansas and is an advocate for Public Health in our community. In his free time, Logan enjoy's running, and taking photographs.

Ask me about: opportunities in the community for pre-med students, the scholarship halls, getting involved with non-profit organizations on campus, and adjusting to college as a first-generation student



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