With graduation less than 100 days away, some of us may be wondering what’s next for Binghamton’s “It girls."
Ali Greenberg, 21, a senior pre-dental and economics major, has a lot to look forward to after leaving Binghamton’s campus. After being accepted to an array of dental schools including Columbia, UPenn, Buffalo, Maryland, Ohio State and Pittsburgh, Greenberg recently confirmed her acceptance to Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine. She is ecstatic to spend the next four years studying dentistry on Long Island with the hope of one day becoming an orthodontist.
Greenberg has also spent time giving back to the community. For the past three years, she has volunteered for The Ronald McDonald House charities and last summer she participated in a humanitarian trip to Tena, Ecuador with MEDLIFE. During her time in Ecuador, she volunteered in a mobile dental and medical clinic that brought free health care to locals who otherwise would not have any.
“It was an unforgettable experience,” Greenberg said, “I really enjoyed befriending the families in Ecuador and teaching the children how to brush their teeth. Even the little things can make a huge difference.”
An avid tennis player and member of the Sigma Delta Tau sorority, Greenberg says that the friendships she has forged at Binghamton University are what she will treasure most about her college experience.
“I will look back on my great memories from Binghamton for the rest of my life and I feel that my experience at Binghamton has prepared me for a successful future.”