Graduate Schools

Nearly 60 percent of Macalester graduates pursue an advanced degree within three years of graduating. In a recent study, almost 90 percent say that Macalester prepared them well for post-baccalaureate education. The Career Development Center assists students in choosing and applying to graduate school.

Top Graduate School Destinations
2000-15

Bar chart showing top graduate school destinations 2001-2014.

Graduate School by Field
2015

Bar chart showing top graduate school fields.
  • 98%

    Of 2015 graduates were accepted to at least one of their chosen graduate schools.

  • 13th

    Macalester’s rank among liberal arts colleges for alumni who earned a doctorate 2003-2012 (most recent available data).

  • 43%

    Of 2015 graduates who attended graduate school did so in sciences and mathematics.

  • 1

    From day one, Health Professions Advising is available to work with pre-med and other health-career students.

Classes of 2011-2014 Graduate and Professional Schools
Majors of graduates are in parentheses.

Arts & Humanities

  • Bard College, Design (Anthropology)
  • Cambridge University, England, English Language/Literature (Creative Writing)
  • Cardiff University, Wales, Religion (Religious Studies)
  • Claremont Graduate University, Religion (Sociology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Art Studies (History)
  • Columbia University, New York, Film/Photo Arts (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • Cornell University, Area Studies (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • Cornell University, Romance Lang (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • Courtauld Institute Art, London, Art Studies (Art History)
  • Courtauld Institute Art, London, Art Studies (Art History)
  • Courtauld Institute Art, London, Art Studies (History)
  • Dominican University, Illinois, Library Science (English)
  • Duke University, Religion (Religious Studies)
  • Georgetown University, History (History)
  • Harvard University, Architecture (Mathematics)
  • Harvard University, Theological Studies (Religious Studies)
  • Harvard University, Theological Studies (Religious Studies)
  • John Hopkins University, Music (Music)
  • King’s College, London, Film/Photo Arts (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • Liberty University, Religion (Economics)
  • Long Island University, Visual/Performing Art (Creative Writing)
  • Loyola University of Chicago, History (German)
  • Loyola University of Chicago, History (History)
  • MHMK, Macromedia University for Media and Communication, Design (Studio Art)
  • New York University, Area Studies (Anthropology)
  • New York University, Communication/Media Studies (Linguistics)
  • New York University, Music (Linguistics)
  • New York University, Romance Lang (French)
  • New York University, Romance Lang (French)
  • Princeton University, Theological Studies (Linguistics)
  • San Francisco State University, Film/Photo Arts (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • San Jose State University, Linguistics (Linguistics)
  • Seattle University, Art Studies (History)
  • St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, Art Studies (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
  • Tulane University, History (Latin American Studies)
  • Universitat Konstanz, Area Studies (German)
  • University of British Columbia, Canada, Library Science (History)
  • University of British Columbia, Canada, Library Science (Political Science)
  • University of California–Berkeley, Design (Political Science)
  • University of California–Berkeley, Ethnic/Cultural Studies (History)
  • University of California–Berkeley, Ethnic/Cultural Studies (History)
  • University of California–Irvine, Philosophy (Philosophy)
  • University of California–Irvine, Romance Lang (French)
  • University of California–Santa Barbara, Linguistics (Linguistics)
  • University of California–Santa Barbara, Linguistics (Linguistics)
  • University of Chicago, History (Creative Writing)
  • University of Chicago, Liberal Arts/ Humanities (Philosophy)
  • University of Chicago, Theological Studies (Religious Studies)
  • University of Chicago, Theological Studies (Religious Studies)
  • University of Colorado–Boulder, Archeology (Classics)
  • University of Colorado–Boulder, Classics (Classics)
  • University of Denver, Colorado, Library Science (Linguistics)
  • University of Georgia–Athens, Art Studies (Art History)
  • University of Glasgow, Scotland, Theater Arts
  • University of Illinois–Chicago, Philosophy (Philosophy)
  • University of Iowa, Linguistics (Religious Studies)
  • University of Maryland–College Park, Area Studies (Women/Gender Studies)
  • University of Massachusetts–Amherst, Medieval/Ren Studies (English)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Area Studies (Women/Gender Studies)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, East Asian Language/Literature (Japanese)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, History (Women/Gender Studies)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, German Lang (German)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Speech and Rhetoric (Linguistics)
  • University of New Mexico, History (History)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Communication/Media Studies (Dramatic Arts)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Music (Music)
  • University of Oxford, England, Archeology (Classics)
  • University of Southern California, Creative Writing (Classics)
  • University of Southern California, Film/Photo Arts (Creative Writing)
  • University of Southern Illinois–Carbondale, Creative Writing (Creative Writing)
  • University of Texas–Austin, Area Studies (Religious Studies)
  • University of Vienna, Austria, German Lang (German)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Library Science (History)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Linguistics (Linguistics)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Music (Music)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Ethnic/Cultural Studies (History)
  • University of York, England, Linguistics (Linguistics)
  • Vanderbilt University, Theological Studies (Religious Studies)
  • Widener University, Liberal Arts/Humanities (Neuroscience)
  • Yale University, History (History)

Education

  • Augsburg College, Education (Music)
  • Augsburg College, Special Education (Geology)
  • Boston College, Secondary Education (Latin American Studies)
  • Cardinal Stritch University, Education (History)
  • Cornell University, Education (Geology)
  • Drake University, Secondary Education (English)
  • Hamline University, Education (Anthropology)
  • Hamline University, Teaching (American Studies)
  • Hamline University, Teaching (Economics)
  • Hamline University, Teaching (History)
  • Hamline University, Teaching (Linguistics)
  • Hamline University, Teaching (Religious Studies)
  • Loyola Marymount University, Education (Biology)
  • Loyola Marymount University, Elementary Education (Biology)
  • Monterey Institute for International Students, Education Administration (Linguistics)
  • National-Louis University, Education (History)
  • New York University, Education (American Studies)
  • New York University, Education Administration (Political Science)
  • Seattle Pacific University, Teaching (Mathematics)
  • Stanford University, Bilingual Education (Linguistics)
  • Stanford University, Education (Psychology)
  • University of Colorado–Denver, Education (Environmental Studies
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Education (Sociology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Education (Sociology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Education (Studio Art)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Education Administration (Political Science)
  • University of Northern Colorado, Education (Mathematics)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Education (Sociology)
  • University of Phoenix–Phoenix, Education (Spanish)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Special Education (Psychology)

Health, Medicine

  • Albany Medical College, Medicine (Chemistry)
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Medicine (Biology)
  • Brown University, Medicine (Biology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Public Health (Biology)
  • Drexel University, Physician Assistant (Biology)
  • Emory University, Nursing (Biology)
  • George Washington University, Public Health (Biology)
  • John Hopkins University, Nursing (Anthropology)
  • John Hopkins University, Nursing (Chemistry)
  • John Hopkins University, Public Health (Chemistry)
  • Kansas State University, Medicine (Biology)
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Medicine (English)
  • National College of Natural Medicine, Health Sciences (Neuroscience)
  • New England College of Optometry, Medicine (Biology)
  • New York Medical College, Medicine (Chemistry)
  • New York University, Public Health (Biology)
  • Northwestern University, Communicative Disorders (Linguistics)
  • Northwestern University, Medicine (Biology)
  • Oregon Health Science University, Nursing (Economics)
  • Rush University, Medicine (Biology)
  • Rutgers University, Medicine (Biology)
  • Samuel Merritt College, Rehab Therapy (Geography)
  • St. Louis University, Medicine (Chemistry)
  • SUNY, Albany, Public Health (Geography)
  • Tufts University, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Arizona, Public Health (International Studies)
  • University of California–Berkeley, Public Health (Psychology)
  • University of California–San Francisco, Health Sciences (History)
  • University of Central Florida, Rehab Therapy (Biology)
  • University of Colorado–Boulder, Communicative Disorders (Linguistics)
  • University of Colorado–Denver, Medicine (Studio Art)
  • University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Public Health (Biology)
  • University of Iowa, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Iowa, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Maryland–Baltimore, Pharmacology (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Duluth, Medicine (Psychology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medical Immunology (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Public Health (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Public Health (Biology)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Health/Physical Education (Psychology)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Nursing (Environmental Studies)
  • University of Rochester, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Southern California, Medicine (Biology)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Public Health (Biology)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Public Health (Geography)
  • University of West Indies, Medicine MBBS (Biology)
  • Vanderbilt University, Nursing (Biology)
  • Vanderbilt University, Nursing (Religious Studies)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Health Sciences (Biology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Medicine (Biology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Public Health (Classics)

Law, Public Policy, Management

  • American University, DC, International Relations/Affairs
  • American University, DC, International Relations/Affairs (International Studies)
  • American University, DC, International Relations/Affairs (Political Science)
  • American University, DC, Law, (International Studies)
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Public Policy (Studio Art)
  • Central European University, Hungary, International Relations/Affairs (International Studies)
  • Central European University, Hungary, Public Administration/Affairs (International Studies)
  • Central European University, Hungary, Public Policy (Political Science)
  • Columbia University, New York, International Relations/Affairs (Creative Writing)
  • Columbia University, New York, Law (History)
  • Duke University, Management Sciences (Economics)
  • Florida Gulf Coast University, Accounting (Economics)
  • Fordham University, Law (Philosophy)
  • George Washington University, International Relations/Affairs (Political Science)
  • Georgetown University, International Relations/Affairs (Political Science)
  • Georgetown University, Law (International Studies)
  • Georgetown University, Law (Political Science)
  • Georgetown University, Law (Political Science)
  • Georgetown University, Public Policy (History)
  • Georgetown University, Public Policy (Philosophy)
  • Hamline University, Law (International Studies)
  • Harvard University, Law (English)
  • INSEAD, Business (Economics) Johns Hopkins University, International Relations/Affairs (Creative Writing)
  • Korea Development Institute, South Korea, Public Policy (Political Science)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Finance (Mathematics)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Management Science (Mathematics)
  • New York University, Law (History)
  • New York University, Law (Sociology)
  • New York University, Urban/Regional Planning (Geography)
  • New York University, Urban/Regional Planning (Geography)
  • Sciences Po, France, International Relations/Affairs (International Studies)
  • Stanford University, Law (Philosophy)
  • Suffolk University, Law (Psychology)
  • Tsinghua University, Public Policy (Political Science)
  • Tufts University, International Relations/Affairs (International Studies)
  • University of California–Los Angeles, Business Administration and Management (Mathematics)
  • University of California–Los Angeles, Public Policy (Sociology)
  • University of California–Los Angeles, Urban/Regional Planning (Geography)
  • University of Chicago, Law (English)
  • University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Business Administration and Management (Linguistics)
  • University of Illinois–Urbana, Law (Political Science)
  • University of Iowa, Law (Political Science)
  • University of London, Law (Political Science)
  • University of Maryland–College Park, Public Policy (Economics)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Law (Political Science)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Law (Sociology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Business Administration and Management (Psychology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, International Relations/Affairs (Mathematics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Law (Anthropology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Law (Economics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Law (Political Science)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Law (Sociology)
  • University of Missouri–Columbia, Law (Sociology)
  • University of Notre Dame, Law (International Studies)
  • University of Notre Dame, Law (Sociology)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Law (Sociology)
  • University of Tennessee, Law (Spanish)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Law (Political Science)
  • Vanderbilt University, Law (Political Science)
  • Virginia Polytech/State University, Urban/Regional Planning (Philosophy)
  • Wake Forest University, Business Administration and Management (Economics)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Business (Economics)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Business (Political Science)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Law (Economics)
  • Wharton School of Business, Business (Economics)
  • William Mitchell Law School, Law (Philosophy)
  • William Mitchell Law School, Law (Political Science)
  • Yale University, Law (Political Science)

Sciences, Mathematics

  • California Institute of Technology, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • College of William & Mary, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Colorado State University, Geology (Geology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Columbia University, New York, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Columbia University, New York, Geology (Geology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Geology (Geology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Math Statistics (Mathematics)
  • Columbia University, New York, Math Statistics (Mathematics)
  • Cornell University, Geology (Geology)
  • Duke University, Neuroscience (Neuroscience)
  • East Tennessee State University, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Emory University, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Emory University, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Emory University, Neuroscience (Neuroscience)
  • George Washington University, Biology (Mathematics)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Computer Science (Mathematics)
  • Harvard University, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bioengineering (Chemistry)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Geology (Environmental Studies)
  • Michigan State University, Biology (Biology)
  • Northwestern University, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Oregon State University, Geology (Physics)
  • Penn State University–University Park, Biology (Biology)
  • Pohang University, South Korea, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • Stanford University, Math Statistics (Mathematics)
  • SUNY–Stony Brook, Biology (Biology)
  • SUNY–Stony Brook, Mechanical Engineering (Chemistry)
  • Syracuse University, Geology (Geology)
  • Texas A&M University, Zoology/Entomology (Biology)
  • University of Albany, Environmental Sciences (Geography)
  • University of California–Berkeley, Math Statistics (Mathematics)
  • University of California–Irvine, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of California–Irvine, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of California–San Diego, Biochemistry/Biophysics (Chemistry)
  • University of California–San Francisco, Chemistry (Biology)
  • University of Delaware, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Freiburg, Germany, Environmental Sciences (German)
  • University of Iceland, Environmental Sciences (Political Science)
  • University of Illinois–Urbana, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Illinois–Urbana, Engineering (Physics)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Biology (Psychology)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Biology (Biology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Chemistry (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Computer Science (Mathematics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Geology (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Geology (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Geology (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Physics (Physics)
  • University of San Francisco, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Texas, Biomedical Sciences (Chemistry)
  • University of Texas–Austin, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Utah, Biology (Biology)
  • University of Vermont, Neuroscience (Neuroscience)
  • University of Virginia, Astronomy (Physics)
  • University of Virginia, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Virginia, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Biology (Biology)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Biology (Mathematics)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Chemistry (Mathematics)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Math Statistics (Economics)
  • University of Waterloo, Canada, Mathematics (Mathematics)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Biology (Biology)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Chemistry (Chemistry)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Physics (Physics)
  • University of Wyoming, Geology (Geology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Biology (Biology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Biology (Biology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Computer Science (Mathematics)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Mechanical Engineering (Environmental Studies)
  • Yale University, Biochemistry/Biophysics (Physics)
  • Yale University, Bioengineering (Physics)
  • Yale University, Engineering (Physics)
  • Yale University, Geology (Music)
  • Yale University, Geology (Music)
  • Yale University, Neuroscience (Biology)

Social Sciences

  • Argosy University, Psychology (Psychology)
  • Boston University, Anthropology (Anthropology)
  • Boston University, Economics (Economics)
  • Brown University, Psychology (Psychology)
  • Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology (Psychology)
  • College of St. Catherine–St. Paul, Social Work (Psychology)
  • Columbia University, New York, Psychology (Psychology)
  • CUNY, John Jay College, Criminal Justice (Psychology)
  • Emory University, Psychology (Geography)
  • Emory University, Psychology (Psychology)
  • Emory University, Psychology (Psychology)
  • George Washington University, Political Science (Political Science)
  • Harvard University, Anthropology (Anthropology) instituto tecnologico autonomo de Mexico, Economics (Latin American Studies)
  • Mankato State, Psychology (Political Science)
  • New York University, Psychology (Psychology)
  • Northwestern University, Economics (Mathematics)
  • Ohio State University, Anthropology (Biology)
  • Palo Alto University, Clinical Psychology (Psychology)
  • Portland State University, Psychology (Studio Art)
  • Princeton University, Economics (Economics)
  • Princeton University, Economics (Economics)
  • Stanford University, Political Science (Russian)
  • SUNY–Stony Brook, Cognitive Psychology (Psychology)
  • Syracuse University, Geography (American Studies)
  • University of Arizona, Psychology (Psychology)
  • University of Chicago, Social Sciences (Political Science)
  • University of Denver, Colorado, Economics (German)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Anthropology (Anthropology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Anthropology (Anthropology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Economics (Economics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Geography (Geography)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Geography (Geography)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Social Psychology (Psychology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, Social Work (Sociology)
  • University of North Carolina–Charlotte, Geography (Geography)
  • University of North Carolina–Charlotte, Geography (Geography)
  • University of Oklahoma, Geography (Geography)
  • University of Oxford, England, Social Work (Psychology)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Geography (Geography)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Social Work (History)
  • University of Washington–Seattle, Social Work (Political Science)
  • University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, Educational Psychology (Psychology)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Political Science (International Studies)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison, Sociology (Sociology)
  • University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Social Work (Dramatic Arts)
  • Walden University, Counseling Psychology (Psychology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Social Work (Psychology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Social Work (Psychology)
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Social Work (Psychology)
  • Western Washington University, Geography (Geography)
  • York University, Toronto, Geography (History)

Unspecified Field of Study

  • Arizona State University (Anthropology)
  • Augsburg College (Neuroscience)
  • California State University, Hayward (Neuroscience)
  • Carnegie Mellon University (Sociology)
  • College of St. Catherine, St. Paul (Psychology)
  • College of St. Catherine, St. Paul (Spanish)
  • CUNY New York (Mathematics)
  • Delta State University (American Studies)
  • Delta State University (Biology)
  • Delta State University (History)
  • Delta State University (International Studies)
  • Dominican University, Illinois (Creative Writing)
  • Dominican University, Illinois (Neuroscience)
  • Duke University (English)
  • Duke University (Mathematics)
  • Duke University (Physics)
  • Fordham University (Russian)
  • George Washington University (Psychology)
  • Harvard University (Biology)
  • Harvard University (Economics)
  • Harvard University (Mathematics)
  • Harvard University (Mathematics)
  • John Marshall Law School (Political Science)
  • Lincoln Memorial University (Environmental Studies)
  • Long Island University (Creative Writing)
  • Middlebury College (German)
  • New Mexico State University (Psychology)
  • New York University (Chemistry)
  • North Carolina State University (Biology)
  • Northwestern University (Economics)
  • Portland State University (Biology)
  • San Jose State University (Linguistics)
  • Sciences Po, France (International Studies)
  • Smith College (Psychology)
  • St. Mary’s University of Minnesota (Anthropology)
  • Tufts University (Biology)
  • University College, London (Philosophy)
  • University of Alaska–Fairbanks (Geology)
  • University of California–Berkeley (English)
  • University of California–Berkeley (Biology)
  • University of California–Santa Barbara (Neuroscience)
  • University of Geneva, Switzerland (Political Science)
  • University of Illinois–Chicago (Physics)
  • University of Illinois–Urbana (Biology)
  • University of Kentucky (Latin American Studies)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Anthropology)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Art History)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Creative Writing)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Environmental Studies)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (History)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Physics)
  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Studio Art)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Chemistry)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Classics)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Geography)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Geography)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (History)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Humanities/Cultural Studies)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (International Studies)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Philosophy)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Religious Studies)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Sociology)
  • University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Spanish)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Economics)
  • University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Philosophy)
  • University of Oregon (Philosophy)
  • University of Surrey, Roehampton, England (Political Science)
  • University of Vermont (International Studies)
  • University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire (Psychology)
  • University of Wisconsin–Madison (Geology)
  • Virginia Polytech/State University (Religious Studies)