Pravin Matthew ’17 was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma and Omicron Delta Kappa in 2015 and received the Daniel R. Hall Award for Excellence from the School of Business in 2016.
His senior thesis research, under the guidance of Dr. Donka Mirtcheva Brodersen, focused on the relationship between income inequality and health. At Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School, he is currently researching the efficacy of Stanford’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program in the Greater Newark Area, under the guidance of Dr. Stanley H. Weiss.
During his time at TCNJ, Pravin served as Sophomore Representative and Representative-at-Large on the Student Finance Board as well as music director for several productions with TCNJ Musical Theatre. In addition, he currently tutors elementary school through college students in a range of topics from Algebra II to Economics and has been a tutor with the Institute for Prison Teaching and Outreach at TCNJ.
Pravin is an Economics major and Public Health minor in the 7 Year Medical Program, and is currently in his first year at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School.