Dartmouth 2014 Student Marshal Gina Greenwalt ’14

Dartmouth Flickr | Tue Jun 3, 2014
Hometown: Camarillo, Calif. Major: SociologyGina Greenwalt, a first-generation college student, was adopted from Korea as an infant. She has a particular interest in education and did an independent study on the effect of social networks on college students' academic success. She also worked on intergroup dialogue programs in Dartmouth's Office of Pluralism and Leadership, interned at Georgetown's Center for Multicultural Equity and Access, and worked with the Kids2College program in Washington, D.C., schools. She was a Dickey Center Great Issues Scholar, a founding member of Dartmouth Roots, and a volunteer with Upper Valley Special Olympics. She is vice president of her class. After working this summer as assistant director of the First-Year Trips program, she plans to earn a master's in higher education, in the hope of becoming a college dean.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 Eli Burakian ’00)Stay connected to Dartmouth: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Google+ | Instagram