August 2013 Archways

Away They Go!

A snapshot of the Class of 2013’s post-graduation plans

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The Class of 2013 recently joined the ranks of Bryn Mawr alumnae around the nation and around the world. Here’s where some of them are heading after graduation.

CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA: Biology major Christine Wheaton is an instructor at High Trails, an outdoor education school in Big Bear; economics major Shunning Yang joined the Pantheon Group, a San Francisco consulting firm; psychology and sociology double major Rachel Shen joined Yelp.com as an associate account executive trainee.

FINLAND: Math major Camilla Monotonen returned home to pursue a computer science degree at the University of Helsinki.

GEORGIA: Biology major Sara Fielder enrolled in a genetics and molecular biology program at Emory University.

JAPAN: Elizabeth Wiseman, a linguistics and languages major, joined a corporate staff trainee program at a pharmaceutical company in Tokyo.

HONG KONG: Math major Wendy Huang joined the asset management division of the UCF Group as an analyst.

IRELAND: Psychology major Sarajane Rodgers joined a master’s program in psychology at the University of Limerick.

MARSHALL ISLANDS: Chemistry major Ellen Butler joined a year-and-a-half-long mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

NEW ENGLAND: Tonima Ananna is studying physics at Yale; Ning Pei is studying urban planning at Harvard; Hao Jiang is working for Ernst & Young; Amelia Eichengreen is interning at the Yale Art Gallery.

NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY: Maisha Rahman is studying chemistry at Stony Brook University; Yashaswini Singh is studying public administration at Columbia; Evelyn Pan is in Cornell’s applied statistics program; Yichun Fu will conduct research at the Tisch Cancer Institute; Alliya Akhtar will study geoscience at Princeton; Sarah Shaw is with Teach for America in Newark; Susan Gao will pursue an internship at Women’s World Banking through Bryn Mawr’s Women for the World program.

PENNSYLVANIA & DELAWARE: Lara Belasco will study occupational therapy at Thomas Jefferson University; Leigh Schaefer is studying physics at Penn; Jessica Watkins is at Villanova Law School; Anh Duong Nguyen and Bianca Boranda joined Chatham Financial; Hannah Ryles is a research technician at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Laura Reeve is at Girls Rock Philly; Erika Nunez is at Raices Culturales Latinoamericanas; Jacinda Tran is a Project HOME Philly Fellow; Ariele Martinez and Josephine Nyame are with the Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience; Ariel Furman is a lab technician with Dupont.

RUSSIA: Alumnae Regional Scholar Kristina Kronauer, a Russian major and biology minor, is moving to Penza, 400 miles southeast of Moscow, to work on a large dairy farm for a year before attending veterinary school for food-animal medicine.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Maiya Zwerling is at the Friends Committee on National Legislation in the Middle East policy department; Jomaira Salas is working for the Posse Foundation; Yulia Belyakova is working for Analysis Group; Shawn Orenstein is at the Smithsonian American Art Museum; Madhavika Bajoria is pursuing an internship at CARE through Bryn Mawr’s Women for the World program.

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