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Mikayle Holm, Distinguished Service Award – Biomedical Engineering

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Mikayle Holm, Distinguished Service Award – Biomedical Engineering

B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in mathematics
Graduated from Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix

After her first semester or two at ASU, Mikayle Holm decided to get involved on campus and help make a difference. She believes that service is helping others without expecting anything in return.

“I really began to get involved and saw how much opportunity there is to discover, explore something new, find your passion and overall be yourself,” Holm says. “Now I am so sad to leave!”

Once the Phoenix native got started, she didn’t stop as she participated in the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI), Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS), Fulton Ambassadors and multiple campus-wide and Barrett, the Honors College organizations. She also worked as a tutor in the engineering tutoring center for three years. “I held leadership positions in these organizations and did everything from research to community outreach to promoting ASU and Fulton to prospective students and their parents. My biggest achievement is staying committed to organizations during my whole undergraduate career.”

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