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At times during her Gardner-Webb University career, Katie Elizabeth Faith Loftin (’15) questioned her choice to major in biology and minor in chemistry. But with the help of a supportive faculty, she excelled academically and learned more than scientific concepts, laws and theories. “My experience at Gardner-Webb prepared me for a career in a variety of ways. Most tangibly, it taught me how to be confident and more outgoing,” shared Loftin, who plans to pursue a career in photography while working as a veterinary technician.
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Outstanding Female Graduate Prepared for Next Challenge" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1020.