Our 2015 College Graduates
Law school, medical school, graduate school and the beginnings of careers all figure in the immediate plans of our most recent college graduates, in places that range from Cambridge, Mass., to Beijing. Here are the details:
Jane graduated from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Nursing, where she was inducted into the nursing honor society, Sigma Theta Tau. She will be studying for her board examinations at home this summer, with the aim of joining the staff of a hospital in New York. After a few years of work experience, she plans to return to UPenn for a master's degree at the Nursing School's Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner's Program.
Yuexia graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Barnard, where she won the Henry A. Boorse Prize for a graduating senior "whose record in physics shows promise of distinction in a scientific career." She will attend Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. But first, she will work for a year developing her media and research skills.
Bryan graduated from Brown with a major in Biology. His next stop is Harvard Extension School for pre-med classes.
Janagan graduated from Stony Brook University, where he was one of seven winners of the Ward Melville Valedictorian Award for the most outstanding academic record in his class of 3,800 students and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is currently applying to medical school.
Leticia graduated from Harvard, majoring in Government with a minor in Ethnicity, Migration and Human Rights. She will be attending New York University's Law School on a full tuition scholarship as part of the school's AnBryce Scholarship Program.
Gregory graduated from the University of Rochester as an International Relations major. He will be interning this summer at the Paul, Weiss law firm. In the fall he is planning to attend Beijing University for a year on a Chinese Government scholarship. After that he intends to apply for a joint law school and business school program.