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Alumni

Graduates -- May 2014

Adriane Burmester - Economics and International Studies
Kimberly Collins - International Studies and Spanish
Emily Dittmar - Sociology and International Studies
Leah Ewald - International Studies and Spanish
Benjamin Foss - Political Science and International Studies
Michael Fujawa - International Studies and Japanese
Channa Grebe - International Studies
Susan Haigh - International Studies and French
Emily Handy - French and International Studies
Kelsey Herbert - International Studies and Spanish
Matheus Matioli - Political Science and International Studies
Jennifer Molina - International Studies and Political Science
Samantha Poon - Political Science and International Studies
Amelia Townsend - International Studies
Amanda Wang - International Studies


Graduates -- May 2013

Tessa Angell - Spanish and International Studies majors
Brenda Cuellar - Political Science and International Studies majors, with a minor in Asian Studies
Rebecca Hobson - International Studies major and a Spanish minor
Sa'eed Husaini DC - Political Science and International Studies majors
Lauren Miller - International Studies major
Ryan Millikan - Political Science and International Studies majors
Emily Neevel - International Studies and Spanish majors
Elena Rivera - Communication and International Studies majors, with a Spanish minor
Devin Ryan - International Studies and Management majors
Kristin Stevenson - International Studies major
Kelli VanDyke - International Studies major and a Music minor
Benjamin Wilson - History and International Studies majors, with a minor in Political Science
Vida Wilson - International Studies major and a Political Science minor

Tessa Angell '13 - Received a Fulbright award to teach English in Spain.

Brenda Cuellar '13 - is interning at World Relief in Nashville, Tennessee, where she is teaching English and encouraging self-sufficiency.

Emily Neevel '13 - is a bilingual teacher in Chicago through Teach for America.

Elena Rivera '13 - is teaching Spanish in Ohio through Teach for America.

Kristin Stevenson '13 - is working in France.

 

Graduates -- 2012

Yessenia Aguirre - International Studies major, with minors in Spanish and Psychology
Gretchen Baldwin - International Studies major, and minors in French and Art Studio
Evan Beals - Psychology and International Studies majors, with a minor in Spanish
Abby Bok - International Studies major and a Women's Studies minor
Jack Droppers - International Studies major with a minor in Ministry-Youth Ministry
Araksya Fernandes - Management and International Studies majors, and a minor in Political Science
Joel Hartleroad - Political Science and International Studies majors
Alicia Herrick - International Studies major with a minor in Russian
Mariana Janbaih - International Studies major and a Political Science minor
Ji Hyun Jeong - Management and International Studies majors
Jacob LaViolet - International Studies major
Kaitlyn McGrew - International Studies and Management majors
Eduardo Ramirez - Political Science and International Studies majors
Alyssa Shaler - Psychology and International Studies majors
Hollee Stubenrauch - Psychology and International Studies majors
Hanna Varner - International Studies major with a minor in Art Studio
Gina Veltman - French and International Studies majors
Renee Wynveen - Political Science, Spanish and International Studies majors
Priscilla Yang - International Studies major and a minor in Spanish

Yessenia Aguirre '12 - is in graduate school of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Gretchen Baldwin '12 - is working in Ann Arbor, MI

Araksya Fernandes '12 - is in graduate school at Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI

Mariana Janbaih '12 - is working at Kelloggs in Kalamazoo, MI

Jacob LaViolet '12 - is working in Washington, D.C.

Eduardo Ramirez '12 - is working at Kelloggs in Kalamazoo, MI

Renee Wynveen '12 - is in graduate school at Johns Hopkins University

 

Graduates -- 2011

Amanda Bieri - International Studies major with a minor in Spanish
Laura Bult - Communication and International Studies majors and a Spanish minor
Lauren Clack - Biology, French and International Studies majors
Kristen Dufty - International Studies major
Laura Helderop - Spanish and International Studies majors
Sarah Holbrook - International Studies major with a minor in French
Jana Miller - Sociology and International Studies majors
Mollie Montgomery - International Studies major
Lora Nelson - International Studies major and a Spanish minor
Jamie Poppema - French and International Studies majors, with a minor in History
Lacie Rawlings - International Studies major and Political Science and French minors
Marcus Regan - International Studies major with a minor in Political Science
Laurie Roberts - International Studies major and an Asian Studies minor
Alayna Ruberg - Spanish and International Studies majors with a minor in Computer Science
Aftan Snyder - English (writing emphasis) and International Studies majors
Rachel Syens - International Studies and History majors with a minor in Communication
Jenna Taylor - International Studies and Spanish majors and a Music minor
Nicole Tyner - Spanish and International Studies majors with a minor in Management
Rachel VanderStelt - International Studies major and minors in Music and Spanish
Joshua Wunderlich - International Studies major with a Political Science minor
Julia Yoder - International Studies major and a minor in Ministry-Social Witness

Kristen Dufty '11 - is working in Morocco

Aftan Snyder '11 - is working in Washington, D.C.

 

Graduating Senior Receives Fulbright Award

Tessa Angell of Grand Rapids has received an award to teach abroad during the coming year. She will be an English-language teaching assistant at a secondary school in the Cantabria region of Spain.

Fulbright grants are made to U.S. citizens and nationals of other countries for a variety of activities, primarily international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools. Grant recipients include recent college graduates and graduate students, college and university instructors, and professionals in other fields.

The U.S. Student Program is designed for recent college graduates, master’s and doctoral candidates, young professionals and artists, with awards supporting an academic year of study, research or teaching assistantship experience. The program operates in more than 135 countries worldwide.