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The University of Maryland recognized Minahil Cheema as a Senior Marshal: a graduating senior who has demonstrated the highest levels of scholarship, service to the campus community, extracurricular involvement, and personal growth.

Minahil Cheema is graduating from the Honors College with a degree in Neurobiology & Physiology and Public Policy minor in Nonprofit Leadership & Social Innovation. Minahil piloted TeleShadowing, a clinical shadowing program open to students worldwide, which she advanced as a Do Good Accelerator Fellow and Do Good Challenge Finalist. She is also involved on campus with the University Honors Student Board, the Student Health Advisory Committee, the Mental Health Coalition with Active Minds, the founding director of the Rotaract Club, and many other on- and off-campus leadership positions that culminated in her induction into the Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society. As a published author on healthcare disparities in rural areas, Minahil also co-founded a free telemedicine clinic for low-resourced patients (Sehat4All), and aspires to pursue a career in medicine as a physician.