A 2009 graduate, Prabin Chandra Subedi, originally from Bhaktapur, Nepal, was first introduced to Lee by a high school friend. Now a graduate student at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., Prabin says his Lee experience has positively shaped his future.
“Witnessing the lives of friends and faculty, I realized how religion and spirituality can help people adopt an accountable and purposeful life,” Prabin said.
While at Lee, Subedi took advantage of campus involvements such as membership in the International Student Fellowship and the psychology honors society, Psi Chi. Subedi was also a teaching assistant in psychology for Dr. Paul Conn, Dr. Jerome Hammond and Lena Barber, all of whom he says were influential in his academic development.
Looking back on his time at Lee, Prabin says he is grateful for his friends and the faculty who impacted his life while in college and prepared him for success after.