Recent Alumni

A BA in Psychology opens many doors for you.  One of the many benefits of a liberal arts degree is the breadth of training you’ve received, and you will have some exciting choices ahead. 

What are recent alumni doing?

William Johnson '13 Ph.D (River Falls, WI). candidate in Social Psychology at University of MN.

Micah Mumper '13 Ph.D (Kailua, Hawaii). candidate in Cognitive Psych at Stoney Brooke University.

Sylvia Ferguson '12 (Lake Oswego, OR) is going to Portland State University next year to start a PhD. program in Applied Social and Community Psychology.

Adam Freedman '12 (Glencoe, IL) joined Analysis Group, an economic consulting firm in Chicago.

Caitlin Opperman '12 (Denver, CO) and Emily Prazak '12 (Grantsburg, WI) have been hired at Minnesota Epilepsy Group as "psychometrists".  They help the neuropsychologists more fully understand the extent to which a patient's cognitive functioning has been affected by epilepsy by assessing the intelligence, memory, attention, perception, academics, and sensory/motor ability test results.

Emily Rutherford '12 (Appomattox, VA) is attending the Forensic Psychology MA program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.

Igor Stanceric '12 (Zagreb, Croatia) will be attending Carlson School of Management at the University of Minneosta for a master's degree in human resources and industrial relations.

Colin Westcott '12 (Minneapolis, MN) will be continuing his education at the University of Arizona to study social psychology.

Ellen Fitzharris '11 (Seattle, WA) is working at Seattle Children's Home, a residentaii facility for children with emotional and behavior problems.

Lauryn Gutierrez '11 (Duluth, MN) is a College Coach for Admission Possible in the Twin Cities.

Zoe Jacobson '11 (New York, NY) is a Senior Laboratory Technician at the University of MN.

Mollie Mayfield '11 (Hillsboro, NC) is working with Public Allies program in North Carolina.  

Mara Robertson '11 (Cincinnati, OH) is a Global Health Commitments Intern at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York.

Erica Salmon '11 (Seattle, WA) is working at the Center for Homicide Research in St. Paul.

Kristina Vlahovicova '11 (Slovakia) is the BELLE Project Assistant at New York University School of Medicine.

Elliott Yodh '11 (Lower Merion, PA) Is a research assistant in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania.  He's working with Dr. Raquel Gur on studies related to the bahavioral genetics of schizophrenia using fMRI.

Jennifer Agans ’10 (Amherst,NH) is pursuing her doctorate in child development at Tufts University.

Ann Baltzer ’10 (Bismarck, ND) and Sarah Minkoff ‘10 (Clifton, NJ) are working with Teach for America in St. Louis and Chicago, respectively.

Marie Godwin '10 (Chaska, MN) was selected as the chair for the NCAA Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).  She will also serve as the committee spokesperson to the media and represent the committee at various NCAA and outside group functions.

Emily Hamilton '10 (Upper Saddle River, NJ) is pursuing her Masters in Public Health at Columbia University.

Aubrey Harding '10 (Salem, OR) is at the National College of Natural Medicine.

Allison Klothe '10 (Washington, DC)  is at the University of Pennsylvania in the masters in school psychology program.  

Amanda Wenzel '10 (Green Bay, WI) is attending the child clinical PhD program at the University of Minnesota.

Chelsea Voskuilen ’10 (Bothell, WA) is pursuing her doctorate in cognitive psychology at the Ohio State University.