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. He is a first-generation college student and has conducted research in the Molecular Science department and has held board positions in 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. Logan has worked as a Medical Assistant in a Family Practice Clinic here in Lawrence, Kansas and is an advocate for Public Health in our community. Currently he is exploring Venture Capitalism as the Student Program Assistant for Kansas City University Venture Program. In his free time, Logan enjoy's running, skiing 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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