Nirbhay Pratap plans to study physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, the oldest technological research university in the United States. Within the next decade, Nirbhay plans to be “in a lab, doing research or in the field making the next big thing.”
While at Serra, Nirbhay said the theology teachers at Serra helped him grow deeper in my faith. “They pushed me toward a greater understanding of the human condition,” he said. “Serra has taught me how to overcome adversity and stand up for myself,” Nirbhay said.
The Prune Rally stands out as one of his favorite Serra traditions, along with the time he spent in Dr. Meegan’s classes. “Dr. Meegan was always friendly and his class was always interesting,” Nirbhay said.
Nirbhay is grateful to his supportive family.
“I would like to thank my family, they helped me get through these four years and especially my brother, he always proofread my assignments when I needed help and my parents who stood by me,” he said.
We can’t wait to see you develop the next big thing, Nirbhay!
Congratulations on your success!