Daniel Akuma, neuroscience major: working as a research assistant at the Lieber Institute for Brain Development in Baltimore, Maryland.
Zach Arlia, economics major: hired by ZS Associates in Evanston, Illinois, as a client financial management associate.
Sarah Baiker-McKee, neuroscience major: teaching high school math in Louisiana as part of Teach For America.
Anna Bammerlin, international studies major: selected as a junior fellow for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Japan Program in Washington, D.C.
Derek Bauer, economics major: hired in the management training program at SFS Consulting Group Inc. in Dublin, Ohio.
David Brackett, American studies major: hired by Teach For America in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Stuart Brown, economics major: hired as an investment performance analyst at Cambridge Associates in Arlington, Virginia.
Alexandra Bruschi, political science major: attending Columbia Publishing Course at Columbia University in New York City.
Elizabeth Cheever, political science major: hired by the investment-consulting firm Cambridge Associates in Arlington, Virginia.
Brad Couts, economics and political science double major: heading to Washington, D.C. to work on Capitol Hill.
Ryan Darragh, physics and math double major: entering the doctoral program at the University of Colorado at Boulder in aerospace engineering.
Regan Fink, sociology major: interning with the University of Georgia-Costa Rica as a resident naturalist.
Gabrielle Giomini, psychology major: working as a behavioral youth counselor at Youth Village in Memphis, Tennessee.
Molly Goolman, biology and history double major: hired as a history teacher at Saint James School in Hagerstown, Maryland, where she’ll also be coaching field hockey and softball.
Michael Harden, molecular biology major: attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology to pursue a doctorate in biology.
Michael Hayes, political science and German double major: hired as a bilingual assistant for The German School at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont.
Harry Hurley, biochemistry major: entering the MD-PhD program at New Jersey Medical School.
Bronte Kastenberg, anthropology major: interning with the Malaria No More Foundation in New York City.
Chelsea Katzeman, psychology major: working at Relay For Life with the American Cancer Society in Portland, Oregon.
Rebecca Katzman, sociology major: working as an editorial fellow at Modern Farmer in Hudson, New York.
Madison Kerr, economics major: pursuing a master’s degree in finance at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Taryn Kittel, physics and anthropology double major: attending graduate school at North Carolina State University to work on a doctorate in materials science and engineering.
Catherine Lloyd, international studies major: will be doing marketing for Zoetis in Florham Park, New Jersey.
Nate Lotze, English major: working as an Environment America Fellow in Columbus, Ohio.
Chenery Lowe, French area studies major: working as an English language teaching assistant in France.
Leslie Martin, political science and Russian area studies double major: attending Middlebury College’s Davis School of Russian for a six-week program then attending Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service to pursue her master’s degree in Eurasian, Russian and Eastern European studies.
Abraham Nelson, political science major: travelling to Mendoza, Argentina, to work on a vineyard, then in January of 2015, he will be teaching English in Colombia through WorldTeach.
Ben Neuhaus, political science major: attending Yale Law School.
Alexander New, mathematics and physics double major: attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, to work on his doctorate in mathematical sciences.
Andrea Odegaard, history major: attending Loyola University Chicago to work on a master’s degree in public history.
Jenny Osman, international studies major: teaching English with Teaching Assistant Program in France in l’Academie de Lille in northern France.
Emily Rose, neuroscience major: working for AmeriCorps through Community HealthCorps in Camden, New Jersey.
Ben Schoenek, physics major: pursuing his doctorate degree in physics at Auburn University.
Daniel Sproull, economics major: working on the transfer pricing team at BDO LLP in New York City.
Ali Stamatoiu, biology major: hired at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver to work on research in the infectious disease unit.
Kerry Strader, modern languages and literature major (French and Spanish): will be teaching English to high school students in Reims, France, as part of the Teaching Assistant Program.
Elisabeth Thoreson-Green, international studies and Spanish area studies double major: received a Fulbright English teaching assistantship and will be teaching in Madrid, Spain.
Lauren Toole, English major: entering a two-year paralegal program with Paul, Weiss in New York City.
Matthew Treuth, economics major: hired by BDO LLP in the consulting division in New York City.
Lamont Williams, psychology major: hired by AmeriCorps at the Shuler Program in Chicago.
Christopher Wright, biochemistry major: working at The American Farm School in Greece as a STEM fellow.
Alexa Vasios, international studies major: working as an assistant canvassing director for the Fund for the Public Interest in Boston.
Anna Sophia Ziton, modern languages and literature major (Russian and Spanish): obtaining her Teaching English as a Foreign Language Certification in Prague then teaching English through Language Link in Moscow.