Morgan Abel '13
Graduate School: James Cook University
Morgan will move to Australia to pursue her master's in marine biology and ecology.
What were some of the defining moments of Morgan's Dickinson experience?
Laura Bartell '13
Graduate School: The College of Saint Rose
Laura will pursue her master's in communication sciences and disorders at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, N.Y.
How has Dickinson prepared Laura for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Tianyi Cai '13
Graduate School: D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University
Tianyi will pursue his MBA with a concentration in accounting and business administration.
What were some of Tianyi's defining moments at Dickinson?
Andrew Chesley '13
Graduate School: Columbia Law School
Andrew will pursue his Juris Doctorate. He is the outgoing president of Student Senate, a member of several all-college committees and a student-interviewer for admissions. He also was selected as one of two student representatives to serve on the Presidential Search Committee.
What were some of Andrew's defining moments at Dickinson?
Francis Daily '13
Graduate School: D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University
Francis will pursue a dual master's degree in business and accounting before pursuing a career in healthcare management. "I want to resolve many of the inadequacies of the healthcare system in an effort to promote patients' wellbeing, physician success and hospital efficiency," he says.
What are some of Francis' defining moments at Dickinson?
Mary Dickinson '13
Graduate School: University of Washington
Christopher Erly '13
Graduate School: American University Washington College of Law
Christopher will pursue his Juris Doctorate, which he calls, "the career I have wanted since high school."
How has Dickinson prepared Chris for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Elise Fiala '13
Graduate School: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Elise will pursue her master's in genetic counseling.
How has Dickinson prepared Elise for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Sloane Fowkes '13
Graduate School: University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice
Sloane will pursue her master's in social work. "I'm looking forward to training in the field of social work," she says. "I love working with the elderly and I'm excited for the opportunities that Penn will provide. I'm ready for the next phase of my life."
How has Dickinson prepared Sloane for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Christopher Gregoire '13
Graduate School: University of Maryland School of Dentistry
Chris will attend dental school at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry where he will obtain his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After attending dental school on a full-tuition health-professions scholarship, Chris will spend four years in the U.S. Navy Dental Corps. "While it's hard to overlook the financial value of this opportunity, I look forward to serving my country," he says. "As a Naval officer, I will have many opportunities for leadership and personal growth." Ultimately, Chris hopes to complete a residency in endodontics and work as a specialist in a private practice.
How has Dickinson prepared Christopher for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Elisa Guma '13
Graduate School: McGill University
Elisa will pursue her master's in neuroscience at McGill University in Montreal.
How has Dickinson prepared Elisa for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Matthew Halverson '13
Graduate School: University of Texas at Austin
Matthew will pursue a master's degree in counseling psychology with a focus on higher education counseling at the University of Texas at Austin.
How has Dickinson prepared Matthew for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Ariel Klatskin '13
Graduate School: City University London
Ariel will return to England, where she spent junior-year abroad through Dickinson's Norwich program, to pursue her master's in information systems and technology at City University London. "My junior-year abroad in England changed my life and made me courageous enough to take the leap of applying to graduate schools in another country far away from my friends and family."
How has Dickinson prepared Ariel for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Christopher Mealey '13
Graduate School: College of Charleston - Grice Marine Laboratory
Christopher will pursue his master's degree in marine biology at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. The graduate program is located at the Grice Marine Laboratory on James Island. "Although my intended career is fairly narrow, the tools I gained at Dickinson will help me apply my specified knowledge to a broader, global community," he says. During his junior year, Christopher served a research team studying the correlation between the lionfish species size and the depth of its migration into new habitats.
What were some of Christopher's defining moments at Dickinson?
Emily Peterpaul '13
Graduate School: Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
Miguel Rodriguez '13
Graduate School: Clemson University
Miguel will pursue his Ph.D. in mathematical science and operations research.
What were some of the defining moments of Miguel's Dickinson experience?
Hannah Shaffer '13
Graduate School: University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Hannah will be pursuing her juris doctorate in international and criminal law. "My time at Dickinson helped me realize that I can make a difference in the world, and law school is the next step to make that happen," she says.
What were some of Hannah's defining moments at Dickinson?
Natalie Stanley '13
Graduate School: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Natalie will pursue her Ph.D. in computational biology and bioinformatics. "I am excited to use math and statistics to contribute to the understandings of various biological mechanisms," she says.
What were some of Natalie's defining moments at Dickinson?
Danielle Staunton '13
Graduate School: University of East Anglia
Danielle will return to the University of East Anglia (UEA), where she spent a semester abroad through Dickinson's Norwich program, to pursue her master's in applied ecology and conservation. "It's exciting to be able to work with a large number of national parks and nature reserves through UEA's Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation," she says. "I am looking forward to pursuing field-research opportunities in a number of diverse locations."
How has Dickinson prepared Danielle for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Christine Tallo '13
Graduate School: Emory University
Christine will pursue her Master of Medical Science in genetic counseling. "I am looking forward to living in a bigger city, training to be a genetic counselor and being in one of the first classes of the Emory University graduate program," she says.
How has Dickinson prepared Christine for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Rebecca Thompson '13
Graduate School: University of Pennsylvania
Rebecca will work as a chemistry teaching fellow in the Penn Residency Master's in Teaching program. She will teach and observe classes, assist with activities and athletics, and work in residential life. She also will pursue her Master's in education from the University of Pennsylvania.
What were some of Rebecca's defining moments at Dickinson?
Giovania Tiarachristie '13
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
G will pursue her master's in city and regional planning at New York's Pratt Institute, where she will work at the Pratt Center for Community Development and with the diversity committee "to help shape diversity initiatives for the department," she says. G also has obtained a graduate assistantship with the São Paulo planning studio class and looks forward to working with Ron Shiffman, an author of Beyond Zuccotti Park, and a professor at Pratt's Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment. G studied in São Paulo, Brazil, during her junior year.
During her senior year, G was selected as a Baird Fellow Candidate, an honor awarded to seniors who demonstrates advanced sustainability goals on or beyond the Dickinson campus through excellence in scholarship and service. Most recently, G was announced as a one of 30 young scholars to receive the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans.
Suzanna Tremblay '13
Hometown: Exton, Pa.
Suzanna will pursue her Ph.D. in anthropology and demography.
What were some of Suzanna's defining moments at Dickinson?
Emily Weekes '13
Graduate School: Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Emily will pursue a second bachelor's degree in nursing.
Stephen Whittaker '13
Stephen will pursue his master's in European politics and policy at New York University. "I am excited to construct my graduate education around the passions that I developed at Dickinson," he says. "I also can't wait to have the opportunity to live, study and work in New York City."
What are some of Stephen's defining moments at Dickinson?
Amanda Jo Wildey '13
Amanda will pursue her master's in anthropology in Lima. "I am so excited to be able to continue the fieldwork I began while studying abroad and then furthered as part of my senior thesis project," she says. Amanda has received a Rotary International Global Grant, which supports large international activities with sustainable, measurable outcomes.
How has Dickinson prepared Amanda for Life Beyond the Limestone?
Christina Wolf '13
Graduate School: Sotheby's Institute of Art
Christina, who will pursue her master's in fine and decorative art from the London campus of Sotheby's Institute of Art, credits her professors and her senior seminar for providing the curatorial experience that prepared her for a career in art. "Co-curating the 'Articulating an American Aesthetic' exhibition for The Trout Gallery with other senior art-history majors was a fantastic experience that not many undergraduate students can say they've had," she says.
What are some of the defining moments of Christina's Dickinson experience?
Published Mar. 25, 2013