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Mickey Sloat

Community Engagement Co-Chair
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Biographical Info

Mickey Sloat is a junior from Davenport, Iowa studying Molecular and Cellular Biology and Theatre Arts. Having always been fascinated by biological mechanisms, she hopes to become a physician scientist in pediatrics or obstetrics. With a passion for women’s health in government and the provision of¬†healthcare to individuals experiencing homelessness, Mickey founded “End the Sentence Campaign,” and has been able to provide approximately $1,000 of menstrual products to women’s, family, and homeless shelters. Mickey performs research in a cell biology lab investigating chromosome segregation during meiosis and genetic mechanisms. Outside of the classroom and lab, Mickey is a part of Barnstormers, MSE Symposium, IDEAL, and APO. Some of her greatest achievements are that she is: a Hodson Trust Scholar, Thomas A. Dooley Scholarship Recipient, six-year national qualifier, finalist, and award winner in the National History Day competition, and a Herbert Hoover Uncommon Student. Fun fact, she loves to knit, embroider, and do calligraphy!


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