Town and Gown of USC is a non-profit philanthropic organization that supports USC through student scholarships, building and campus enhancements, and cultural programs. Each year, approximately 170 merit-based scholarships of up to $10,000 (totaling $1,700,000) are offered to deserving students. As the recipient of a Town and Gown scholarship, Annie demonstrates academic strengths, leadership, and community involvement. Currently completing a Master’s degree in Regulatory Science, she has achieved a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.73. Her student-driven research in pediatric representation in clinical trials has been presented at multiple academic and professional conferences such as Drug Information Association, Association for Clinical and Translational Science, American Pharmacists Association, and USC School of Pharmacy’s Moving Targets. She has been active in USC and community organizations such as SplashSC, a student organization focused on providing education catering to the needs of high school students in areas surrounding the USC campus, and the Asia Pacific American Mentorship Program, and the Community Health Involvement Project (CHIP).
Annie is ambitious and career-oriented and recently completed an internship with Gilead Pharmaceuticals this past summer.
She was honored at the Town and Gown of USC’s annual Back-to-School Luncheon and Scholarship 101 Workshop this past Sunday, August 29, 2021.
Highlight posted on August 30, 2021