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The Art of Exploration
Jacqueline Johnson '01 lands fellowship to study art in former French colonies
   
 

What's been Recommended
Class of 2001 takes book picks in stride

   
 

On their Way
A sampling of jobs and medical and other graduate schools that await the class of 2001

   
 

Quebec was a Gas
Students participate in, and chronicle, trade protests

   

On their way


Where to after Colby?

An informal exit poll of outbound seniors this spring turned up some students still undecided about their plans, others headed directly to jobs or graduate or professional schools. Members of the class of 2001 will enter:

Ph.D. Programs
Harvard Divinity School (religious studies)
Stanford University (environmental engineering/management)
UCLA (musicology)
Montana State University (chemistry)
University of Florida (astronomy)
University of Wisconsin (biochemistry)

Medical Schools
University of Pennsylvania
University of Utah
University of Vermont
University of Pittsburgh
University of South Carolina

Law Schools
Howard University
Cornell University
Stanford University
Duke University
Columbia University
Georgetown University
University of Washington
University of Notre Dame
University of Vermont
American University

Colby graduates will serve as:
Administrative Assistant to U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel, Washington, D.C.
Physics and biology teachers, Teach for America, Mississippi, Southern Louisiana
Public health and English teachers, The Peace Corps, Malawi and The Gambia, Africa
Research technician, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Mass.
Special projects, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y.
Vice president of operations, Leavitt & Parris, Inc., Portland, Maine
Online financial services analyst, FleetBoston, Boston, Mass.
Research assistant, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
Client manager, stock plan services, Salomon Smith Barney, New York, N.Y.
Research assistants (2), Harvard University Bipolar Research Clinic, Cambridge, Mass.
Associate director, programs and development, Free the Children, Boston, Mass.
Equity sales and trading analyst, Deutsche Bank, New York, N.Y.
Financial analyst, Credit Suisse/First Boston, New York, N.Y.
Assistant scientist, Pfizer Inc., Groton, Conn.

 


FEATURES:
Diversity Call Renewed: Students, President Bro Adams, faculty and others join in effort to appreciate and accentuate differences.
Making Waves: An inside look at the news you love to hear--from Colbians.
A Simple Feast: Wylie Dufresne '92 is one of the hottest chefs in New York City.
President's Page: President Bro Adams on the court and affirmative action.
Commencement 2001
Alumni Reunion 2001

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