2016 Undergraduate Careers
The future plans of some of our graduates
...from the College of Arts and Letters:
Casey Africano will be attending graduate school at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX to attain a Masters in Higher Education Administration.
Nicolette Bardele will be attending graduate school at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA to pursue a Ph.D. in Sociology
Rachael Ann Biscocho will be attending graduate school at NYU in New York City to pursue a Masters in Public Health.
Emma Borne will be working as a staff assistant at the Office of Senator Joe Donnelly in Washington D.C.
Mary-Kate Burns will be doing post-grad service work at A Simple House in Washington D.C. where she will do outreach and ministry for homeless and low income individuals.
Hanna Castillo will be attending graduate school at California State University Los Angeles to work on a Post Bacc program for speech language pathology for a year and then will pursue a Masters.
David Cholak is planning to join the Peace Corps.
Scott Copeland will be working at McMaster-Carr Supply Company in Atlanta, GA as a Management Trainee.
Shannon Deasey will attending graduate school at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota to pursue a Masters in Nursing.
Veronica Feliz will be doing post-grad service work with FrancisCorps, specifically working with children.
Kereknaan Fiannaan will be doing post-grad service work in Nigeria for the National Youth Service Corps.
Sarah Gibbons is planning to work in Higher Education administration.
Karen Gilmore will be teaching high school Spanish in Donaldsonville, LA while earning her Master of Education through the ACE Teaching Fellows Program at Notre Dame.
Carlene Gundy will be working in data analytics at 84.51 Degrees in Chicago.
Madeline Hahn will be in Dublin, Ireland this summer for a ten week internship doing research for a literacy program designed by an education professor at St. Patrick's College.
Kelly Higgins will be attending graduate school at Columbia University in New York City to pursue a Masters in Occupational Therapy.
Skyler Hughes is planning on doing nonprofit work and political activism after graduation.
Preston Igwe will be working as a medical scribe in the Texas Medical Center for a year. He also will be volunteering at a local clinic in an underserved community in Southwest Houston. He plans on matriculating into medical school in the fall of 2017. As a physician, he plans on addressing the health disparities that plague poor minority communities.
Udechukwu Iheduru will be attending graduate school at Arizona State University in Tempe, AR where she will pursue a Masters in Healthcare.
Jenna Ivan will be attending graduate school at Columbia University in New York City to pursue a Masters of Public Health.
Jarron Jones will continue on to his fifth year at Notre Dame after graduation.
Ray’Von Jones will be attending graduate school at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA to pursue her Master of Education.
Bernadette Jordan will be doing a year of post graduate service work with the Augustinian Volunteers. She will be working in Ventura, California as a low income services case worker and program associate at a community outreach center.
Sang Ha Lee will be attending graduate school at Columbia Law School in New York City to pursue her J.D.
Mollie Limb will be doing post-grad service work through The Dr. Volker Blankenstein Service Fellowship at the Saint Joseph Health System Family Medicine Center, where she will be working with an underserved patient population as a clinical assistant. She plans to attend medical school after her year of work.
Ann Mangano is planning to work for an organization in Maryland.
Michael McFadden will be working at Yelp in Chicago as an account manager.
Nicole McKee plans to attend dental school next year.
Abbey Murphy will be interning at MSL Group, a PR organization, in Waltham, MA.
Cari Roccaro is a professional soccer player for the Houston Dash in Houston, TX
Erin Scallen will be working as a Management Consultant at CAST Management Consulting in Los Angeles, CA.
Shannon Sheehan will be attending graduate school at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI to pursue a Ph.D. in Sociology with a focus in gender, sexuality, health and identity.
Caroline Smith will be joining the Pacific Alliance for Catholic Education (PACE) at the University of Portland, through which she will be serving as a 4th grade teacher in Redding, California while pursuing her Masters in Teaching.
Owen Smith will be working at the Keough Naughton Notre Dame Centre in Dublin, Ireland coordinating study abroad programs.
...from the College of Business:
Carolina Gutierrez Ramos will be working at Bain & Company in Chicago where she will be working with businesses to solve their problems or improve their companies.
Elyse Hight will be working in Deloitte as an Advisory Consultant in Chicago, IL.
Jingting Kang will be working for a firm called PTC in Minneapolis as an Associate Consultant.
Maha Khan will be working in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City.
Sean Morrison will be working as an Auditor at PwC in Boston, MA.
Amy Mulvey will be working as a Professional Services Analyst at Nielsen in New York.
...from the College of Science:
Katherine Cobian will be attending graduate school at Northwestern University in Chicago to pursue a Masters in Genetic Counseling.
...from the College of Engineering:
Alison Leddy working as a Venture for America Fellow at a tech startup, with a role in Product Management.
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Professor Kraig Beyerlein, May 13, 2016