Chloe Siegel is a Senior Reynolds Scholarship Recipient majoring in Dance and Political Science. She served as the Director of Chapter Engagement for the UNCG College Democrats for two years and was the Artistic Director for Paradigm Dance Company for one. In her fourth year as a member of the Scholar’s Programming Board she is excited to work with her fellow members in order to continue to build the UNCG Scholars community. She loves reading and her two favorite books that she read last year were, The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yōko Ogawa and On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong.
Rachel Tang is a fourth year Reynolds Scholar majoring in Social Work with a minor in Classical Studies. She is a Resident Advisor in Jefferson Suites, a University Marshal, and a founding member of The Letter Project at UNCG. With her Reynolds stipends, she worked at the New Arrivals Institute as a childcare volunteer in the 3–5-year-olds outdoor classroom, and is completing her internship as a part of the Social Work program during the 2023-24 school year at Sunrise-Amanecer Inc., a counseling agency focused on serving the Latine and LGBTQIA+ communities. Rachel studied abroad on the Grand Tour of Italy in June and July of 2023, exploring Milan, Padua, Venice, Bologna, Naples, Rome, and many more Italian cities!
Jia Emaus is a third-year Reynolds Scholar double majoring in Political Science and International & Global Studies with minors in Chinese and Spanish. She is on the Scholars Programming Board, the Executive Board of UNCG’s Model United Nations as a founding member, and has served in the Hall Council Association. She also volunteers as a teacher’s assistant in Real World English and as a tutor in Reading Connections. Jia is serving her second year on the Scholar’s Executive Board and enjoys continuing to promote the wonderful scholarships the program offers and building community with the scholars.
Mayar Eldeeb is a third year Reynolds Scholarship Recipient majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. In addition to being a member of the Honors Programming Board she is also currently a member of the Spartan Orientation Staff and the Chancellors Ambassadors. Mayar is excited to work with the other members of the Scholar’s Programming Board to continue to keep the UNCG Scholars community a tight knit and welcoming place.
Zainab Adamou-Mohamed is a second-year Reynolds scholar majoring in Studio Art and minoring in Rhetoric and Public Advocacy. She is on the Scholars Programming Board, an Honors College office assistant, and president of the Muslim Students Association. She also strives to be involved in her community and has completed two levels of the Spartan Leadership challenge with the Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement. In the Summer of 2023, she completed her internship requirement with Democracy NC as a Communications Intern. This is her first year on the Board and she’s looking forward to connecting with her fellow scholars!
Abi Napier is a third year Reynolds Scholar majoring in Political Science with a minor in Theatre. In addition to serving on the Scholars Programming Board, she also serves as co-captain for the Honors Ambassadors. Abi has worked as a Resident Advisor for first and second-year students for two years, and this year, she is excited to be working in the Spencers Community. Abi also works as a research assistant for one of her professors in the Religious Studies Department, focusing on the control and discipline practices of Baptist churches in the antebellum American South. Abi is so excited to become more involved with the Honors Scholars and to help strengthen this community of creative and playful people!