Recent Graduates

Here are some of our successful graduates currently in MA/Ph.D. programs! 

Graduates Class Year Current Institution and Research Field What are your biggest accomplishments?

Kaila Scott-Charles

2019

University of Chicago

Developmental Psychology

Ph.D. Candidate

 

"My biggest accomplishment thus far is graduating from college and being accepted into my Ph.D. program with an amazing advisor!"

Joanna Korpanty

2018

Northwestern University 

Chemistry
Organic Materials

Ph.D. Candidate

"My biggest accomplishment is attending NU since it is highly respected in the field of chemistry, has impressive facilities, interdisciplinary research, etc."

Jeanne Li

2018

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Statistics

Ph.D. Candidate

"Getting into UW-Madison’s statistics PhD program!"

Deja Knight

2017

University of Iowa

Psychological and Brain Sciences

M.A. Candidate

"I am about to earn my Masters Degree in Psychology in Dec of this year[2018]. I also am about to have a chapter in a book published based on my senior thesis. I also gave an open presentation based on my senior thesis."

Jennifer Cummings

2016

University of California, Berkeley

Bioengineering
Neuroengineering

Ph.D. Candidate

 

"Getting into my top PhD program!"

Lucille DeSouza

2016

The University of British Columbia

Social Psychology

Crystal Wright

2016

Texas A&M University

Entomology
Pest insects of grain crops

Ph.D. Candidate

"Graduating college! In graduate school, my biggest accomplishment is presenting my research at a national conference."

Melanie Schaffler

2015

University of Pennsylvania

Neuroscience

Ph.D. Candidate

"At this point, probably getting into grad school."

Lavontria Aaron

2014

Johns Hopkins University

Earth and Planetary Sciences

Ph.D. Candidate

 

"Contributing to the Human Landing Site Study for human missions to the surface of Mars at NASA Langley. Publishing and presenting findings at the Planetary Science Informatics and Data Analytics Conference in St. Louis."