The Department of Classical Studies is pleased to present the Graduating Class of 2001

Years: 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001

2001 Graduates and their Future Plans

Beth Bernstein - Law School
Jennifer Bookout - Substitute teaching and possibly continuing in Classics
Spyridon Boukouris - Medical School
Alicia Carra - Working in the Peace Corps
Matthew Cohn - Writing for Rolling Stone magazine and authoring many novels.
Kathleen Droste - Attending Tufts University studying Classical Archaeology
Amanda Edge - Working in Atlanta for the March of Dimes, then on to graduate school
Adam Fienman - Dental School
Leonid Garbuzov - Going to Europe to study French and German, then on to Law School.
Peter Kartje - Law School
Anthony Kowalski - Attending graduate school for a Ph.D. in Classics
Nicole Mikesel - Graduate School to study Library Science
Emily Modrall - Graduate School
Christopher Parrott - The University of Oxford Ph.D. program in Greek and Latin
Jean Rhee - Law School
Eric Schmitt - Graduate school to study Ancient History
Mark Swarz - No Response
Theodore Tangalakis - No Response
Kimberly Thoreson - A job in advertising or marketing, then on to Business School
Danielle Valentini - Graduate Studies at Eastern Michigan for the TESOL Program

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