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What Do will Graduates Do?

will students pursue a variety of opportunities after graduation. From Peace Corps placements to graduate study, students make valuable contributions in many innovative ways.  

  • After graduating magna cum laude with a degree in history, Jill Eisenberg, ’09, spent two years as a Fulbright scholar teaching in Taipai, Taiwan. She now teaches in San Jose, Calif., as part of her Teach for America service.
  • Sarah Singletary, ’09, a magna cum laude graduate who majored in WGSS, worked as a Peace Corp Volunteer in West Africa for two years after graduation.
  • After graduating summa cum laude in Interdisciplinary studies, Viola Trebicka, ’04, attended Yale Law School. She is currently an associate at the International Law Firm of Quinn Emanuel, Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP.
  • After graduating cum laude with majors in leadership studies, WGSS, and English, Emily Miller, ’10, earned a master's degree from Harvard Divinity School.  
  • After graduating summa cum laude in Psychology, Catherine Bagwell, ’94, received her Ph.D. in psychology from Duke University. She returned to the University of Richmond as a faculty member prior to her recent appointment as a professor of psychology at Colgate University.