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Occupation: Education, Nonprofit
Major: Philosophy

In the week he graduated, Kalin published an essay in Time magazine and was profiled on page one of the Morning Sentinel. After graduation he planned to spread his sexual violence awareness movement, Party With Consent. Read more »

Majors: Physics, Geology

After winning the Entrepreneurial Alliance competition in 2013 for his effort to get affordable solar-powered lanterns distributed in Zimbabwe, Ntuli won a full scholarship to Baylor for a master's in geophysics. Read more »

Maeve McGovern
Majors: Art, Biology

With a Fulbright for research, McGovern was off to study the effects of polar night on deep-sea food webs in the Norwegian arctic. Read more »

Tracey Tomlinson
Occupation: Education

Tomlinson is in her second year as a Teach For America teacher in Gallup, N.M., where she teaches life science. She chose New Mexico because she knew of the health problems in underserved Native American populations there. Read more »

Yuri Maruyama
Occupation: Nonprofit

Yuri Maruyama works for the U.S.-Japan Council, a relatively new nonprofit that strives to create personal connections between people from both countries. Read more »

Sulaiman Nasseri
Occupation: Volunteer

Nasseri, a Davis United World scholar from Kabul, and was recently awarded $10,000 for his "Empowering Afghan Women Through Embroidery" project. His goal is to provide a way for Afghan women to become less dependent on men or household incomes, as well as to encourage children off the streets and away from the child labor pool. Read more »

Annie Chen
Occupation: Government, Legal

Annie Chen ’12, a paralegal with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, helps put terrorists and other bad guys behind bars. Read more »

Jessica Boyle
Occupation: Education
Major: Sociology

Homeless in high school, she fought to make Colby a place where students from all backgrounds can thrive. Read more »

Occupation: Education

An assistant teacher at the Walker School in Needham, Mass., Julia Bruss works with young students in a classroom for children with autism. Read more »

Byron Meinerth
Occupation: Economics

After teaching English in China, Meinerth began a graduate certificate program in Chinese and American studies at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center to research economic incentives for Central American countries’ political recognition of Taiwan. Read more »

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