• January 24th, 2024

The Honors College is excited to name Natalie Davis as January’s Student of the Month. Davis is a mathematics major from Carrollton, GA and is part of the STEM Path to the MBA program. Davis chose the STEM program because she wanted to push herself academically and personally. Throughout her time in the program, Davis has won multiple business competitions including the Edward K. Aldag Business Competition.

“While I was very interested in joining the Honors College, I was nervous about balancing an Honors schedule in addition to my STEM Path to MBA requirements,” Davis said. “I am so incredibly thankful for the partnership between the STEM Path to MBA program and the UA Honors College that allows me to complete both programs while staying in the standard UA tuition block.”

In addition to being in the STEM Path to the MBA program, Davis is a College of Arts and Sciences Ambassador. She holds positions in Alpha Chi Omega, serving on the Executive Council as Head of Public Relations and Marketing and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee. Davis is a member of Cardinal Key Honor Society and Carl A. Elliot Honor Society. She serves on the Crimson Chaos Executive Council as the Membership Experience Chair. Davis also is a UA notetaker for the Office of Disability Services and a math tutor.

Davis shared what she loves about being in the STEM Path to the MBA program.

“I truly have loved having smaller class sizes and being able to form strong relationships with my peers and professors through the STEM Path to MBA program,” Davis said.

Congratulations Natalie Davis for being the Honors College Student of the Month!

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