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Oskardmay is honors graduate

Ashley Oskardmay received a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry (pre-med) from North Carolina State University, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, on May 10. She graduated with valedictorian honors and was on the dean's list every semester with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

She also graduated with university and departmental honors, and was the recipient of the Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award.

She is the music director of NCSU "Ladies in Red," an all-female a cappella group since 2011. They performed the national anthem at the graduation ceremony.

Oskardmay was also a physics and chemistry tutor. She was a teaching assistant for Introduction to Biochemistry and a research intern at Duke University's Interferometry and Optical Spectrometry Laboratory.

She will be applying to medical school this summer and is working full time at a family medical practice until entering medical school.

She is the granddaughter of Jean Kraynick, of Westminster, and Jim May, of Finksburg, and daughter of Dr. Lisa Oskardmay and David Oskardmay, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.