CPM Pre-med of the Month
Being a "pre-medical" student is full of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. The members and leadership of the WSU Campuswide Pre-medical Mentoring (CPM) Program would like to celebrate your achievements for keeping your determination in working toward your ultimate goal of becoming a doctor. We believe it is important to recognize the drive and stories of our future physicians. If you know a CPM pre-med student that should be nominated for "CPM Pre-med of the Month," please consider filling out the form below.
If chosen, students will be featured on the CPM website, Facebook, and Twitter platforms, as well as giving them an additional achievement to add to their CV.
Please feel free to nominate yourself, as long as it done only once.
Meet the CPM Pre-Med of the Month
March 2018: Kendyll Gartrelle
Congratulations to the March 2018 Pre-med of the Month, Kendyll Gartrell!
Kendyll is second year pre-medical student pursuing a degree in Psychology with honors, and a minor in public health. In addition to her studies, Kendyll is involved in campus organizations like Writing Warriors and Delta Epsilon Mu while holding a research position within Henry Ford Hospital's Radiation Oncology Unit. Kendyll has always had a passions for the medical field and learning. In recent years her experiences working with physicians and patients have made her realize her passion for becoming a physician. In the future, Kendyll is interested in pursuing cardiology or radiation oncology. To learn more about Kendyll, read her responses to the questions below!
Top 3 Favorite Books?
Gone Girl, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Last Lecture
What is your favorite type of music?
I like all types of music, but my favorite genre is alternative.
What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
What is something that makes you unique?
I have two L's in each part of my name! Kendyll Jill Gartrelle
What did you want to be when you were a kid?
I wanted to be a hairstylist! I loved playing with my hair, and I thought it would be fun to style other people's hair.