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Representation in STEM: Sengvoravong, Manimone

A digital conduit for student-curated content presenting the contributions and challenges faced by underrepresented prominent figures in STEM. Physical banners were placed on display at Baldwin Wallace in spring 2022 with supporting programming scheduled.

Manimone Sengvoravong

Manimone Sengvoravong is from Lorain, Ohio and is currently a second year Neuroscience major with minors in Biology and Chemistry. She enjoys learning about cell and molecular neuroscience/biology as well as how neurodegenerative diseases affect the brain.

She is involved in a diverse set of organizations on campus and currently works at the Brain Center for Community Engagement. She is the Student Director of the Brain Center's SERVE Team and a Jacket Link Bridge Peer Mentor as well. Manimone is passionate about social change and advocacy for underserved communities. In her free time, she loves to create art using mediums such as acrylic/oil paints or ceramics. She also enjoys intertwining what she’s learned through her courses into her art and using it as a creative outlet.

In terms of career aspirations, Manimone hopes to go into a healthcare profession as a neurologist, or attend graduate school for Neuroscience.