Presidential Student Ambassadors
Natalie Schibrowsky is a senior in the Class of 2014 and is a part of the Honors College, Global Entrepreneurship Program: Second Cohort, and the College of Sciences. She is currently a Biochemistry Pre-Professional major and is planning on minoring in Business. Along with being a scholarly student, Natalie is actively involved around campus with organizations ranging from honor societies to performing arts and athletic groups.
During her freshman year, she took part in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas American Marketing Association, was a part of the 2010 - 2013 international finalist case committees and became President in 2013. In 2012, she started the national co-ed honors fraternity Phi Sigma Pi: Zeta Psi and is currently serving as Vice President. She is a board member for the Honors Student Council and Club Tennis, and a member of American Chemical Society Chemical Reactions, National Honor Society of Collegiate Scholars, UNLV Cares, and the Golden Key Foundation. She is currently working on a new research topic over the summer involving stress and temperature tolerance of plants with Dr. Lloyd Stark.
While being active academically and with service programs, she enjoys participating in a number of special interest clubs around campus and performs with Star of Nevada Marching Band: drumline and concert ensembles: flute and piccolo, which visited and performed in Rome, Italy summer of 2012. In the Fall 2012 semester, Natalie taught a First Year Experience/Orientation class, which is unique to the Honors College and is an ambassador for the Honors College and Global Entrepreneurship Program, which traveled to Costa Rica this past summer to learn more about international entrepreneurship.
Her future aspirations include conducting research on campus, writing an undergraduate thesis for the Honors College her fifth year and to receive her Bachelor of Sciences in Biochemistry at UNLV. After graduating, she hopes to pursue her dream of being a forensic scientist and attending graduate school to acquire her Ph.D. in Biochemistry at an Ivy League institution and network with UNLV undergraduate and graduate students who want to pursue large goals within the science community. Natalie is a firm believer that she will be able to achieve these goals due to her diverse background and valuable experiences at UNLV.