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Outcomes & Alumni Success

College of Sciences & Mathematics

The College of Sciences & Mathematics at Belmont University is dedicated to fostering a strong and supportive community for our students, from the moment they step on campus to well after graduation. Our graduates leave Belmont with a solid foundation in their field of study and the skills necessary for success in their chosen careers. Whether pursuing advanced degrees or entering the workforce, our alumni are making an impact in their communities and beyond, and we are proud to be a part of their journey. Meet a few of our alumni below!

Daniel Mata

Daniel Mata '15 | Psychological Sciences & Neuroscience

Daniel Mata is an Oncology Physician Associate at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. He graduated from Belmont in 2015 as a Psychology major and voice minor.

Hayley Baker

Hayley Baker '19 | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Hayley Baker is pursuing medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and is conducting research into musculoskeletal oncology.

Ambrose Rice

Ambrose Rice '16 | Biology

Ambrose Rice is currently pursuing his MD at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Sandra Bojić

Sandra Bojić '17 | Environmental Science

Sandra Bojić completed her Masters of Science in Biology at Austin Peay University and now works as an Environmental Biology Specialist at the Kentucky Division of Water.

Taylor Corbin

Taylor Corbin '21 | Pharmaceutical Studies

"Being a part of the College of Science and Mathematics more specifically the Pharmacy Program has allowed me to grow in unimaginable ways. Not only have I grown as a student, but the program itself has provided me with a safe space where I can continue to grow as an individual outside of the classroom as well. My professors continue to go the extra mile to provide me with whatever support I need, while also allowing me to dictate my own path and decipher my passions. As I have completed my undergraduate years, what still remains is my drive and determination to continue exploring and learning more as I continue on in the graduate program, which can be accredited to the firm foundation built by the Pharmacy Program."