Fisher Student Scholars

We are proud of our Fisher Scholars below and all of their accomplishments both prior to entering and while attending Towson University.  Below are the current Fisher Student Scholars, their year of admission, the specific scholarship they were arwarded, and a brief background at the time of their matriculation. 

Colin Choudhary, 2020

JESS FISHER PRE-ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP

Colin graduated from Linganore High School in Frederick County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Computer Science and Engineering dual-degree program at Towson University in the Fall 2020.  Colin was the president of the Linganore Chapter of the National Honor Society and competed many Advanced Placement courses.  He also participated in the Project Lead the Way Program which introduces students to different fields of engineering.  Some of his extra-curricular activities include playing on the schools travel soccer team, maintaining a lawn-care business and musical performances and compositions.  After graduating from Towson University, Colin wants to be able to work on producing sustainable energy projects and designing innovative farming techniques.


Grace Larocque, 2020

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Grace graduated from St. Johnsbury Academy in St. Johnsbury, Vermont and is enrolled as a Mathematics major with a concentration in Actuarial Science and Risk Management at Towson University in the Fall 2020.  Grace completed many Advanced Placement courses, and she was the treasurer of her school's National Honor Society.  Grace was the only student in Vermont to earn a Gold Medal in the National Spanish Exam.  Among her many extra-curricular activities are volunteer fundraising for the American Cancer Society, American Red Cross and the Alzheimer's Association.  She held a leadership position in the Senior Dance Company, and she is a classically trained pianist.  After graduating from Towson University, Grace plans to continue her career in actuarial science and risk management.

Angelique Sumilang, 2020

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Angelique graduated from Fallston High School in Harford County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Biology major at Towson University in the Fall 2020.  At Fallston High School, Angelique ranked first in her class and was the president of the Science National Honor Society.  As a junior, she received the school's award as the outstanding student in science and mathematics.  Outside of the classroom, Angelique is was a volunteer in the food services area at a local homeless shelter, volunteered in the Emergency and Pre-Operations departments at the Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, and taught swimming and water safety to children.  After graduating from Towson University, Angelique plans to devote herself to helping people and improving the lives of others. 


Hannah Little, 2019

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Hannah graduated from Boonsboro High School in Washington County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Physics major at Towson University in the Fall 2019.  Hannah was a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta - the Mathematics Honor Society.  In addition she was on the Boonsboro Quiz Bowl team, which went to the national tournament last year.  Hannah also participated in the Physics Olympics.  Some of her extracurricular activities include being a Girl Scout troop leader and a teaching assistant in the College for Kids program at Hagerstown Community College.  After graduating from Towson University, Alexandria plans to either pursue a career in medicine or scientific research.

Phuong Dinh Nguyen, 2019

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Phuong Dinh graduated from Eastern Technical High School in Baltimore County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Computer Science major at Towson University in the Fall 2019.  Phuong Dinh was the president of the National Art Honor Society and the historian of her graduating class.  In addition she was a student lead for the school's CyberPatriot team.  Phuong's extracurricular activities included being in her school's drama production, participating on the robotics team, and interning at the Department of Defense.  After graduating from Towson University, Phuong Dinh plans to either pursue a graduate degree in computer science.

Taylor Pettaway, 2019

JESS FISHER PRE-ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP

Taylor graduated from Riverdale Baptist School in Prince Georges County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Physics major at Towson University in the Fall 2019.  Taylor was a member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society.  In addition she was vice-president of her senior class.  Among her extracurricular activities were playing on her schools varsity softball team and the girls varsity soccer team, on which she was the captain.  After graduating from Towson University, Taylor plans to earn a maser's degree in electrical engineering and then work for a major corporation.

Alexandra Reifer, 2019

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Alexandra graduated from Patterson Mill High School in Harford County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Biology major at Towson University in the Fall 2019, with interest in the Pre-Engineering program.  Alexandra was a member of the National Honor Society, the Art National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society.  Among her extra-curricular activities, she was the captain of her high school girl's basketball team, and she was a student mentor.  After graduating from Towson University, Alexandria plans to either pursue a career in military engineering or to attend medical school and become a surgeon.

Jacob Weagly, 2019

JESS FISHER PRE-ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP

Jacob graduated from George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Baltimore County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Computer Science major at Towson University in the Fall 2019.  At the Carver Center, Jacob took advanced placement courses in mathematics, computer science, chemistry and physics.   Among his extracurricular activities were playing on Carver's varsity lacrosse team - on which he was the team captain, being in the Boy Scouts of America - where he earned the Eagle Scout designation, developing video games, and volunteering at the Loch Raven VA Medical Center.  After graduating from Towson University, Jacob plans to work as a computer scientist in the defense industry.

Brett Weeks, 2019

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Brett graduated from Edgewood High School in Harford County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Biology major for the Fall 2019.  At Edgewood High School, Brett took IB Chemistry and IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science courses.  The IB courses are university-level content and pedagogy, and involved designing and implementing novel investigations in chemistry and other scientific fields.  Brett's extracurricular activities included: his high school marching and concert bands, mathematics honor society, captain of the junior varsity tennis team, and being on the It's Academic and Science Olympiad teams.  After graduating from Towson University, David plans to attend medical school with the goal of becoming a neurosurgeon.

Elizabeth Miller, 2018

Jess Fisher Pre-Engineering Scholarship

Elizabeth graduated from the Conrad Schools of Science in Wilmington, Delaware and is enrolled as a Computer Science major at Towson University in the Fall 2018.  Elizabeth was a member of the National Honor Society and participated in DuPont's "Women in Engineering" training program.  Among her extra-curricular activities, Elizabeth was the leading scorer on her high school lacrosse team and also played field hockey.  After graduating from Towson University, Elizabeth plans to pursue a career in computer science and to be a positive role model for other women planning to enter the technology field.

Jessica Bodner, 2017

JESS FISHER FCSM SCHOLARSHIP

Jessica graduated from Washington Township High School in Sewell, New Jersey and is enrolled as a Forensic Chemistry major at Towson University in the Fall 2017.  Jessica was a member of the National Honor Society and, as a senior, served a a peer counselor for freshman students.  She also participated in her school's foreign exchange program.  In addition to Jessica's academic activities, she volunteered at a park and church in Sewell through the Interact Club.  After graduating from Towson University, Jessica plans pursue a career working in the forensic labs of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Emily Vogel, 2017

JESS FISHER PRE-ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP

Emily graduated from Arundel High School in Anne Arundel County, Maryland and is enrolled as a Computer Science - software engineering track - major at Towosn University in Fall 2017.  She was the founder and first president of the Connect Through Faith Club.  Emily's extra-curricular activities included tutoring middle school students in mathematics and science, studying martial arts, and attending youth groups at her local church.  After graduating from Towson University, Emily plans to go to graduate school in the field of software engineering.