Blaise is from Albuquerque New Mexico. He is a Biological Sciences and Mathematics double major, a member of ZBT, and a player on the Women's Basketball D1 practice squad. He is looking into going into a PhD program in the years to come, specifically in the field of Microbiology or Biotechnology. Last year, he ran the Colorado Marathon, he likes to play the guitar, and absolutely loves breakfast burritos. If he could work for one person in the world, he would work for Elon Musk.
Chris Walsh is a third-year student studying Chemistry and Studio art. He currently serves on his fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi’s executive board and has previously filled the role of risk manager. Chris works part time as a medical scribe at the Mental Health Center of Denver and is planning on attending medical school. In his free time he enjoys skiing, hiking, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer.
Noah Sullivan is a Second-Year student studying Political Science, International Studies and German while attending the University of Denver. Before serving as IFC's Director of Administrative Affairs, Noah was the Public Relations Chair and Archivist/Historian for his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. Noah currently works at the Vicki Myhren Gallery in the Schwayder Art Building as a Gallery Attendant. Noah plans on studying abroad in Heidelberg Germany next fall and later pursuing a master-degree program from a university abroad. He loves to learn about the world, argue about politics, discuss life, and engage in other cultures unlike his own. Noah hopes to one day become a U.S. State Department employee, working abroad as a communicator in international relations.
Scott Albertoni is a first-year student at the University of Denver. Born and raised in the mile-high city, he is studying Mechanical Engineering at his home town school. Scott is member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and is also in the Pioneer Leadership Program. His career goals include either continuing his education in medical school or to start working for a big engineering firm after completing the 4 + 1 engineering program. Some of his hobbies include volunteering at children’s hospital, working on developing the non-profit he started this last year, and heading to the mountains on the weekends to snowboard. Scott takes pride in being an active member not only at the university but in the surrounding community as well.
Zach Hilbig is a freshman in the Pioneer Leadership Program (PLP) at the University of Denver. He was born and raised in Salina, Kansas and really enjoys Denver’s busy atmosphere. In his past, Zach has fulfilled the role as Class President and Student Council President in high school and is currently seeking more opportunities to get involved on campus at the college level. Zach enjoys playing tennis and is a member on DU's Club Tennis team. With a major in biology and a minor in leadership, Zach is hoping to take his education into a career in medicine, though currently undecided as to what type of doctor he wants to pursue.
Davis is a third-year student, going into his senior year. He was born and raised in Dallas, TX for far too long. Currently, he is double majoring in Computer Science and Psychology with a minor in Mathematics. He would say in five years, he sees himself at the very least employed (hopefully). He doesn't have an exact career path in mind, he just knows that I want to be able to help people in some way, whether that means working on some sort of software or in some sort of counseling; it doesn't really matter to him where he works, just that the work he does helps make at least one person's life better, and that's really all he hopes to be doing in 5 years.
Drew is from Morrison, CO. He loves hockey, mountain biking, skiing, and hunting. He is currently a brother of ZBT and a sophomore at DU. He is majoring in Construction Management and after college he is hoping to go into the construction industry here in Colorado.
Bryan Luu is a fourth year student studying both Biology and Psychology. Originally from California, Bryan decided to attend DU for the vast communities that can be found on campus, ranging from the different organizations that make up the One Community to the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. He is apart of organizations such as the Asian Student Alliance, DU Emergency Medical Services Club, and the Interfraternity Council Executive Board. Bryan's interest in emergency medicine began with one of the original founders of DUEMS and now wishes to establish a functional EMS unit before he leaves campus. Bryan plans for post-graduation is to apply and attend medical school, where he will be studying to become a pediatrician.