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Meet our class of 2025 Noblitt Scholars

Our Noblitt Scholars are ready to change the world.
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Libby Smith

Libby

Libby Smith, First-Year Student in Mechanical Engineering, Thrives Inside and Out of the Classroom

Jacob Consalvi

Jacob

Jacob Consalvi, First-Year Electrical Engineering Student, Finds Community Support at Rose-Hulman

Elenaor Brooks

Elenaor

First-Year Computer Engineering Student Finds Self-Discovery at Rose-Hulman

Matthew Gerona

Matthew

First-Year Chemical Engineering Student Matthew Gerona Calls Rose-Hulman a Hidden Gem

LisAnne Francois

LisAnne

LisAnne Francois, First-Year Electrical Engineering Student, On Track to Graduate with a Dual Degree

Noor Abufares

Noor

Biomedical engineering major embraces community service and performing in the symphony orchestra.

Ishaan Mishra

Ishaan

Physics major from Bangalore, India, is passionate about the study of space propulsion.

Aniyah Richardson

Aniyah

Optical engineering major finds her calling at Rose-Hulman.

Cameron Weber

Cameron

Cameron Weber, First-Year Biomathematics Student, Finds Their Place at Rose-Hulman.

Clara Place

Clara Place

Clara Place hails from Bishop, California. A member of the Association for Women in Mathematics, Place always had an appreciation for math, and credits her junior year calculus professor as an inspiration for wanting to study the subject in college. 

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Amelia Robinson
Noblitt Scholar
Class of 2024

"I want to use my skills to be an innovator in the medical field by researching ideas and developing products that will ultimately give someone more time to live."

About the Noblitts

Named after 1973 alumnus Niles Noblitt and his wife Nancy, this program will ensure future students have even more opportunities to make a positive impact on the world. Learn more about Niles and Nancy Noblitt.

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