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Harris begins education reform career with TFA

Ariel Harris ’13 hopes to one day found a school for inner city girls. First step: a two-year stint with Teach For America in Houston.

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Leadership focus draws Johnson to Berkeley computing program

Kevin Johnson ’13 is set to begin an intensive one-year master’s program in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. He was particularly drawn by the programs’s emphasis on leadership development.

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Liberal studies help Liu recognize calling as an artist

After testing the limits of graphite and charcoal drawing during her senior exhibition, Josephine Liu ’13 is ready to explore animation and other art forms as she embarks on a year of studies at the San Francisco Art Institute.

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Walsh discovers passion for wildlife education

Maureen Walsh ’13 discovered a passion for wildlife education during two summer zoo internships and a block in Israel studying migratory birds.

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Economics course shifts Baca’s medical career plans

Inspired by a course in macroeconomics, Michael Baca shifted his long-time plan of becoming a physician for a path in healthcare administration.

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Ryan lands finance position with global engineering firm

Two internships with major scientific and engineering firms helped Stephanie Ryan ’13 land a position on the finance team of CH2M Hill in the Denver area.

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Marie unites athletics, academics through sports psychology

The most decorated women’s basketball player in Cornell history, Camille Marie ’13 also earned a 3.9 GPA. She’s now planning for graduate school in sports psychology.

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Martinez begins Ph.D. path in chemistry at Northwestern

Jose Martinez credits early guidance in his chemistry courses for providing the skills he used to earn two high-level internships and a spot in Northwestern University’s doctoral program.

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DiCicco’s commitment to service leads to City Year post

Alex DiCicco’s discovered a passion for service at Cornell. After graduation, he will work with youth in Orlando through the AmeriCorps City Year program.

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