Dartmouth 2014 Student Marshal Julie Haldeman ’14

Dartmouth Flickr | Wed May 21, 2014
Hometown: Meadowbrook, Pa. Degrees: AB in engineering sciences and BE in chemical engineeringJulie Ann Haldeman co-chaired her class's Homecoming Bonfire Committee; was a Women in Science Program (WISP) intern in the Thayer School of Engineering's Ice Research Laboratory; served as WISP's peer mentor coordinator; was a teaching assistant for four engineering classes; led a term-long trip to Tanzania to design and build efficient cook stoves; was inducted into Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society; worked as a Paganucci Fellow at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business on strategy for a startup international nonprofit; served on Dartmouth's Committee on Standards; was president of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering; and completed two degrees in just four years. Her next four years promise to be just as action-packed: She's been accepted to Harvard Business School's 2+2 Program, to begin MBA studies in 2016, after working for two years at a predictive analytics software company in Washington, D.C.Marshals are carefully selected by fellow students for their citizenship, enthusiasm, integrity, and positive impact on others. The marshals carry batons engraved with their names as they lead their classmates to the Green during the Commencement academic procession. Learn more about the 2014 Student Marshals.(Photo by Jacob Kupferman ’14)Stay connected to Dartmouth: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Google+ | Instagram