September 2015 Archways

Oh, The Places They’ll Go!

In May, the Class of 2015 joined the ranks of Bryn Mawr alumnae around the nation and around the world. Check out where they’ve landed!

PENNSYLVANIA:
The University of Pennsylvania is the next stop for math major Danielle Weismann, in the master’s program in biostatistics; Swetha Narasimhan (math major and education minor), in Penn Graduate School of Education’s master’s program in secondary education; and cities major Jacqueline Slaby, in PennPlanning’s master’s program in sustainable transportation and infrastructure planning. Elsewhere in the area: biology major Sruthi Buddai is an intern at Doylestown Hospital and coordinator of a clinical research study in a diabetes prevention program at the Temple University Center for Obesity Research and Education; Leslie Castrejon, a Spanish major with an education minor, is in the City Year Philadelphia program; Hena Cebeci is working at pharmaceutical research company iCeutica; and anthropology major Linda Yean is pursuing a master’s degree in community health and prevention at the Drexel University School of Public Health.

NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY: International studies and Spanish major Emily Chan is a presidential associate at Estée Lauder. Sophia Dauria, a double major in international studies and Spanish, and comparative literature major Adriana Volterra are both working as paralegals at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. History of art major Joana Yasui is earning her master’s in art business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Math major Kelechi Njoku is a technology analyst in JP Morgan’s Tech Connect program. Alyssa Marie Young, a psychology major with an education minor, is teaching at The Brearley School. Anthropology major Syona Arora is a management trainee at worldwide industrial supply company McMaster-Carr.

NEW ENGLAND: Mikah Farbo is studying for her master’s degree at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, while Russian major Sara Powell is enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Slavic literature at Harvard. Quela Jules, an English major with an education minor, is in a master’s program in early childhood education through the Teach Next Year program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Education major Chandrea Peng is working with the Boston Teacher Residency. Rose Pierre-Louis is a Newman’s Own Foundation Fellow at the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network in Hartford, and political science major Gabrielle Crossnoe is a Micah Fellow in Boston, working in a yearlong program of direct service, community organizing, and social justice activism.

DC / BALTIMORE: Psychology major Sarah Friesen-Johnson is in the Capital Teaching Residency with KIPP D.C. Chemistry major Stephanie Yang is working at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Mathematics major Zhen Xu is pursuing an advanced degree in finance at Johns Hopkins.

SOUTH: Emma Kioko is at UNC Chapel Hill’s Institute of African American Research. Orsola Capovilla-Searle, a double major in mathematics and physics, received a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship to study math at Duke.

MIDWEST: Psychology major Phoebe Jordan is in the Ph.D. program in school psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

WEST: Before completing the 3-2 program for a master’s in city planning at PennPlanning, cities major Xue Jin is interning at AECOM (an architecture, engineering, landscape, and planning firm) in San Francisco. Wei Liu, a history major with an education minor, is enrolled in Stanford’s Graduate School of Education’s master’s program. Psychology major Kristina Xiang is serving with City Year as an AmeriCorps member in San Jose, California. Anthropology major Kailina Mastroianni is pursuing a master’s degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine. Biology major Rachel Hager is pursuing a Ph.D. in ecology at Utah State University.

HAWAII: Chemistry major Eun-Young Park is back home, working as a research assistant at the Hawaii Center for AIDS in the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine.

ICELAND: Math major Danielle Preziuso is in Reykjavik to pursue a master of science degree in sustainable energy at the Iceland School of Energy.

IRELAND: English major Angela Rosenberg plans to earn a master’s in digital humanities from Trinity College in Dublin.

UNITED KINGDOM: History major and English minor Stephanie Bredbenner is working on her master’s in archives and records management at the University of Liverpool. International studies major and cities minor Carmen Lai is in graduate school at Cambridge.

FRANCE: French major Anna Marrinan is working as an English teaching assistant in Lorraine, under the auspices of the French Consulate.

KAZAKHSTAN: Russian major Mikayla Holland* is honing her language skills as a Boren Scholar.

TANZANIA: Sociology major and Africana Studies minor Rebekah Adams* is on a Boren Scholarship in Tanzania to study Swahili.

JAPAN: Anthropology major Livi Huval is an assistant language teacher through the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program.

CHINA: Xinyin Huang, a sociology major and cities minor, is working in Shanghai as an educational consultant, helping students apply to colleges abroad.

Anassa Kata to All!

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