What are our history alumni doing now?
Kelly Zrenda (2014) is moving on to an MA program in secondary education at the University of Connecticut. She plans to teach history at the secondary school level.
Emily Bower (2014) has been accepted to a nursing Masters program at Georgetown University. Her plan upon completion is to apply to their Ph.D. program in nursing. During the coming year, she will also be completing an application for a Fullbright fellowship to study healing and faith in Ireland.
Suleika Lopez (2013) has been accepted by Teach for America.
Julia Morrow (2013) has been accepted into a Ph.D. program history at scholarship at Penn State University.
Colleen Reilly (2013) has been accepted into the New England School of Law in Boston Massachusetts.
Dan Risica (2013) will be starting Law School at Boston University.
Halimat Somotan (2012) has been accepted to a Ph.D. program in African History at Columbia University.
Marena Wisniewski (2012) recently interned at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City is will be starting an advanced degree program in historic preservation at Columbia University.
Laura Leigh Neville (2011) has been accepted to the Master’s program in European and Russian Studies at Yale University.
Monique Gordon (2010) taught English in China for two years and is currently enrolled in a Master’s program at St. Johns in New York City.
Geoffrey Staysniak (2010) participated in a Jesuit Service program and taught English in China for two years and recently has been accepted into the graduate school for library and information sciences at Simmons College in Boston.
Chris Staysniak (2010) recently interned at Commonweal Magazine and is currently enrolled in the graduate program in history at Boston College.
Meaghan Bradley (2010) is enrolled in a special medical school program at Harvard.
Sean Greaney is pursuing graduate studies in economics at University of Connecticut.