July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
Here is a sampling of where members of the Class of 2018 are headed. Seniors can share their post-graduation plans with Kenyon using this form.
Sophie Alexander, a double major in economics and modern languages & literatures: interning for Bloomberg News in New York City.
Caitlin Augerson, an economics major: attending the Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Cecina Babich Morrow, a biology and mathematics double major: working as a technical problem solver at Epic, a healthcare software company in Madison, Wisconsin.
Paige Beyer, an English major with a minor in Italian: pursuing a law degree at the Vermont School of Law in South Royalton, Vermont.
Emily Birnbaum, a sociology major with a minor in English: working as a news intern at The Hill in Washington, D.C.
Kay Burrows, a molecular biology major: working as a patient care assistant at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
Avery Campos, a psychology major with minors in statistics and music: pursuing a degree in clinical psychology at the University of Texas at Austin.
Wilson Captein, an English and psychology double major: pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Vermont.
Megan Carr, a history and Asian studies double major with a concentration in Islamic civilizations and cultures and a minor in Arabic: teaching English as a second language for Teach for America in Buffalo, New York.
Caroline Chang, an art history and studio art double major: interning at the Frick Collection in New York City.
Ellen Corcoran, a biochemistry major: pursuing biological and biomedical studies at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Amanda Coyle, an international studies major: teaching English in Mongolia with the Peace Corps.
Kim Davidson, a political science major with a minor in studio art: working as a trip leader for Overland.
Isabel Formby, an economics major with a concentration in environmental science: working as a graduate business analyst for Aberdeen Standard Investments.
Peter Hazlett, an economics and mathematics double major with a minor in philosophy: pursuing a doctorate in economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. As a recipient of a Mercatus Center Fellowship, Hazlett will also be participating in the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics as a graduate fellow.
Sarah Jensen, an English major: pursuing a doctorate in sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Julia Josowitz, a molecular biology major: working as a medical assistant at an OB-GYN in Austin, Texas, and applying to physician assistant programs.
Harry Justus, a psychology major with a concentration in neuroscience: pursuing a master's degree in cognition and communication at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
Sarah Kazzaz, a biochemistry major: pursuing a doctorate through medical school and graduate studies at Penn State Medical School in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Clare Livingston, a drama and sociology double major: working as a development fellow at the Westport Country Playhouse in Connecticut.
Lena Mazel, an English and American studies double major: working as a professional contemporary dancer and aerialist at FALL, a dance company in Nashville.
John McFarlane, an American studies major: pursuing a master's in urban planning and policy at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Emma McGorray, an English and psychology double major: taking part in the social psychology doctoral program at Northwestern University in Chicago.
Colleen Moore, an Asian studies and history double major: traveling to Chennai, India, as a Fulbright scholar.
Bryce Nicholls, a biochemistry major: pursuing a doctorate in chemistry at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.
Clara Pinchbeck, a double major in anthropology and art history: working as a business compliance consultant for LicenseSure LLC.
Caroline Popiel, a physics major: pursuing a degree in electrical engineering at the University of Vermont in Burlington.
Katie Samples, a double major in English and psychology: working as a resident with Urban Teachers.
Rachel Schafer, a molecular biology major: working as a research assistant at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center in Columbus.
Amy Shirer, an English major with a minor in art history: working as a communications specialist at Cardinal Health in Columbus.
Alex Swaim, a economics major with a minor in English: participating in a finance executive development program at Macy's Corporate in New York.
Hannah Noelle Vilas, a double major in psychology and Spanish: traveling to Argentina as a Fulbright scholar.
Danielle Wald, a neuroscience major: pursuing a master's in counseling psychology at American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Rebecca Waters, a psychology major: working as a community residence counselor at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts.
William Weber, an American studies major: traveling to Thessaloniki, Greece, to work as an English teacher.
Bryce Wedig, a physics and philosophy major: pursuing a master's in the history and philosophy of science and medicine at the University of Cambridge's Trinity College in Cambridge, England.
Hannah Weingold, a psychology major: working as a corporate analyst for J.P. Morgan Chase in Columbus.
Julia Wilson, a psychology major: pursuing a degree in psychology at Emory University in Atlanta.
Karlin Wong, a double major in sociology and studio art: working as a product operations assistant at MealPal.