Broken Arrow High School alum honored by TU for achievements
The University of Tulsa is honoring students at its homecoming for their outstanding achievements.
Ha Huynh, a biology major from Broken Arrow, has been involved and held leadership roles in several campus organizations including MEDx, Student Association, Asian American Student Association, Society of Women Minorities in Medicine, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Future Alumni Council, as well as serving as a Peer Mentor and University Ambassador.
“As I have just finished my last year as Peer Mentor, I realize how many people I have had the opportunity of mentoring. I was a camp counselor and mentor in a TU pre-health camp for highschoolers interested in medicine, where we exposed the future in medicine and future at our campus as a pre-medical student,” she said.
“I’ve helped create a community for first-generation and minority students, like myself, and mentored them through the process using my experiences. I have seen the positive change and legacy that I will be leaving and those who are inspired by what I have been able to accomplish.”