As we congratulate the class of 2013, we wish them the best of luck as they leave Whitman and continue their pursuits elsewhere!
Kevin Dyer: English Major; Carson City, Nevada. Kevin is neck-deep in the job search, trying to find a position in Admissions at a college in the Northwest. He and his Fiance, Brianna-- another 2013 Whitman grad--are getting married this summer.
Paul Chang: Chemistry Major; Carson City, Nevada. Paul will spend next year working for a non-profit clinic while he applies to Medical School.
Tyler Hurlburt: Chemistry Major; Walla Walla, Washington. Tyler will be starting to work on his PhD in Physical Chemistry at UC Berkeley next September.
Andrew Roehrig: Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology; Redmond, Washington. Andrew is going to spend next year working for PATH, a Gates Foundation-funded health technologies nonprofit, while he continues the Medical School application process.
Galen Sollom-Brotherton: Studio Art and Art History Major; Dublin, California. Galen transferred to Whitman as a Sophomore academically and a Junior in swimming eligibility and will be graduating from Whitman next year.
Libby Arnosti: Environmental-Studies/Humanities Major; St. Paul, Minnesota. Libby is sticking around Walla Walla next year and will be working as the Whitman Varsity Athletics Social Media and Electronic Communications Intern.
Sara Behrens: Biology Major; Seattle, Washington. Sara is planning on working in either a hospital or physical therapy practice while she applies for Physical Therapy school next year.
Katie Chapman: Geology Major; Kirkland, Washington. Katie has an internship with the United States Geological Survey in Palo Alto, California, working at the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth.
Cari Cortez: Politics/Environmental Studies Major; Moses Lake, Washington. Cari is returning to Moses lake for the summer and is looking for a job in economics or law.
Charlotte Graham: Biology Major; Mercer Island, Washington. Charlotte is hoping to find a job working in Japan doing something in the biology field.
Helen Jenne: Math and Psychology Major; Shoreline, Washington. Helen is studying math in Budapest, Hungary, next fall through spring. She plans on applying to PhD programs in math while she is abroad.
Erin Kiskaddon: Biology Major; Richmond, California. Erin is going to be working for a biologist next year, helping him write a book about the behavior of marine animals.
Genay Pilarowski: Biology Major; Arcata, California. Genay will be moving to Baltimore at the end of August where she will be starting to work towards her PhD in Human Genetics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Rebecca Ryle: Math/Economics Major; Santa Cruz, California. Rebecca is planning on moving back to Santa Cruz where she is hoping to find a job working in the financial sector.
|The Seniors at the 2013 Awards Banquet. Congratulations!|