fter completing a bachelor’s degree in three years, Liz Pitroff, MHS ’21, set her sights on earning a master of health science at Quinnipiac University.
And raising a 9-year-old daughter. And moving to Connecticut. And looking at her future through an eye-opening, 13-headed microscope.
For Pitroff, a pathologists’ assistant student in the School of Health Sciences, life in graduate school has been a wonderful whirlwind of classes, calendars and, yes, family hikes — every chance she gets.