“Trey” Robinson Burrell III – Middle School Robotics Team Member & ABAE Math Tutor
Robinson Burrell III “Trey” started in 6th grade on the Middle School Robotics Team at the Boys’ Latin School of MD. He began working with Lego, Mindstorms, and NXT Robotics Programs… Full story.
April 2, 2014
Tovah Dorsey, DVM
Tovah is currently doing an Emergency & Critical Care Specialty Internship at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. She matched with and will start an Emergency & Critical Care Residency in July 2014
Emergency & Critical Care Intern 2013-2014
Emergency & Critical Care Resident July 2014
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Ashley Daniels was a student at Western High School when she participated in the ABAE program at the School of Pharmacy. Ashley just completed her MS degree from Bowie State University May 2012 and will attend Howard University fall 2012 for her PhD.
May 31, 2012
“I began in A Bridge to Academic Excellence as a 6th grade student studying Pre-Algebra. I would continue on with ABAE for another 3 years to study Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. The program provided me and countless other students with the tutoring and resources necessary to become successful young adults. Today, as a student of Yale University, I am proud to say that A Bridge to Academic Excellence helped me to become the successful student I am today. I hope that the program will be able to provide other students with the same aid it provided me for many more years to come.” – Samone Wheeler
Elliott – ABAE Student 2012, 2011, 2010
“I just wanted to take the time out, to thank you and all of the ABAE student instructors !
My son Elliott started with ABAE in 2010 …
Elliott met two Pharmacy students that had a great impact on his life Allen Tran and Si ( who have both graduated). It was amazing how they imparted the spirit of excellence to Elliott.
It has been wonderful , to watch Elliott excel … Elliott still keeps in contact with Allen and Si even with them moving into their professional careers. We have a two parent household , but the male leadership in academics was a great encouragement to Elliott.
Sometimes you think your impact is small but , you are making a mark that cannot be erased .
I would like to thank you and all the student workers. ”
–Kyle A. S.