Ben Borchert (Communication and English major double major, Theatre minor alumnus) is a copy writer at 50 Below in Duluth.
Kaitlin Boyd (Communication and History double major, Spanish minor alumna) is attending UCLA's master's degree program in African American history.
Moriah Erickson (English major alumna) won the Florence Kahn Memorial Award that is given out by the National Federation of State Poetry Societies. It includes a $500 scholarship, and 100 copies of her manuscript, Night Boat.
Anna Gawboy, (Music major, Philosophy minor alumna) graduated with a Ph.D. from Yale and was hired at Ohio State University as an assistant music professor.
Forrest Greenwood (Film self-designed and Communication double major alumnus) received a Master of Arts in Critical Studies from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, where he was named an Annenberg Fellow. He is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Indiana University's Department of Communication & Culture.
Travis Johnson (English major alumnus), who is in the University of Iowa Ph.D. program in English, received the Frederick F. Seely Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship, which allows him to spend the year exclusively working on his dissertation. In the spring, he will teach an "innovative course drawn from the dissertation project to be offered to English majors" as part of the award.
Dylan Kesti (Communication and Global Politics self-designed double major alumnus) was accepted into the American University's School of International Service. He is pursuing an International Dual Degree in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development. Kesti will be in Washington, D.C., for one semester, followed by a year at the U.N. School for Peace in Costa Rica, and one more semester in D.C. He will graduate with a Masters in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development and Global Environmental Politics.
Katie Killough (Humanities and Mathematics double major, Art minor alumna) is currently enrolled in grad school in computational mathematics at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
Brenda Paro (English major, Photography minor alumna) was accepted in the MFA program at the University of MA - Boston as well as Eugene, Ore.
Shannon Smith (English major and Theatre minor alumna) is attending Emerson College in Boston in the Master of Arts Publishing and Writing program.
Audrey Thorstad (History major, Medieval and Renaissance Studies minor alumna) is in the master's program in Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds.
Emily Woster (English major alumna, History minor) is attending the Eastern Illinois University Ph.D. program, where she was awarded a teaching fellowship.
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