Allison Byrum (02)
Alli worked for the American Chemical Society in the Departments of Communications, Publications, and Education. In Education she was an Education Associate and an Associate Editor of In Chemistry, a quarterly publication. She then wrote for Modern Drug Discovery and Today's Chemist at Work. She was an Assistant Editor and a Production Editor.
Alli meanwhile, is completing her MA in nonfiction writing with an emphasis on Science Medical Writing.
Nana Koram (02)
I was about to start a PhD in International Health at Tulane University in New Orleans this fall and unfortunately had to evacuate. I'm now attending classes at the University of Michigan School of Public Health for the fall. I hope to return to Tulane in the spring.
Andrew Lutsky ('06)
Andrew accepted an interesting one-year internship in public relations with the San Franciso 49ers of the National Football League.
Virginia Nickles (02)
I am currently working with a non-profit organization in Atlanta as the Director of Marketing. We hold an annual juried competition Flower Show that attracts over 40,000 people from across the SE. We also put on additional activities throughout the year that raise money for green space initiatives. I started out in this position after doing an internship for my graduate degree (Organizational Leadership). Having such a diverse background and a masters at such a young age (24) I was promoted quickly.
Reed Wotiz (02)
Reed works for Deloitte (formerly Deloitte and Touche) Management Consulting.
Kathryn Clabo (03)
I'm in my third-year of medical school at Vanderbilt. I'm almost done with my first rotation (surgery). Since starting, I've rotated through anesthesia and neurosurgery, and I'm on general surgery now (the oncology/endocrine service). I'm interested in pediatrics residency with possible fellowships thereafter in pediatric oncology, neurology, endocrinology, or neonatology.
Sara Jane Doby (04)
I am in Dental School at The University of Mississippi. I started this past August, and I am really enjoying it.
Christine Graham (04)
I am in my second year at University of Chicago Law School. Upon graduation, I plan to do international corporate work in New York.
Joanna Harp (04)
I just started my 2nd year of medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. I love it here (as much as you can love med school and as much as you can love humid Houston!). To anyone thinking of applying to medical school using this major I would absolutely and enthusiastically recommend it!!! At first I was nervous because some of my fellow classmates had taken more science classes than I had...biochem, genetics, etc. But, after making it through my first year just fine, I realize that those extra courses help you for about the first 3 weeks of medical school and that is about it! After that its all new stuff for everyone! Plus, I feel like it was much more beneficial for me in the long run to have a wide range of classes in a variety of fields.
Ellen Stormer Kelsey (04)
I just started a PhD program in genetics at the University of Rochester Medical School. My long term goal is to work in public education, most likely for an organization such as the NIH. My interest is in public perception of science research such as stem cells, gene therapy and cloning.
Gwen Hubbell (04)
Gwen is in her second year of medical school at Loma Linda in California