Anusha Gunti ’18
What have you been up to since graduation?
I applied and got selected for the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program (batch 2018-2019).
What is one of your greatest achievements since graduating from MCC?
Now I am a Governor’s STEM Scholar for 2018-2019, and I will be conducting a research project with a few high school students. The final project will be presented at Kean University next year.
What is your fondest memory of MCC?
Having the opportunity to learn and work under the guidance of excellent professors and mentors!
What was your favorite place on campus, why?
The Library and IRC because I was most productive when I studied in these places.
Who was your favorite professor and why?
I learned something valuable from every professor that I had; therefore, I cherish all of them.
If you could offer a current MCC student advice, what would it be?
Attending MCC does not mean you are less rigorous of a student. Take a good look around you. There are tons of opportunities and exceptional professors who can assist you with achieving your goal(s).
Why was attending MCC the right decision for you?
The classroom environment was energetic and the relationship I had with my professors was close. I always received help and guidance upon asking, which is all I needed to succeed and graduate with highest honors.