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Hannah Converse
Occupation: Agriculture

Converse is developing ways to use bicycles to deliver crops and cultivate seedlings. Read more »

John Campbell
Occupation: Volunteer

John Campbell never imagined he would be essentially self-employed as the executive director of a nonprofit that brings students from Afghanistan to the United States for High School. Yet, only a year and a half out of college, Campbell is the executive director of Afghan Scholars Initiative (ASI). Read more »

Ellen London
Occupation: Writing

London knew she was passionate about journalism when she found herself picking through a Manhattan Dumpster researching a story as a graduate student at the Columbia School of Journalism. Read more »

Nina Gold
Occupation: Medical + Health
Major: Psychology

Investigating why preschool children have difficulty estimating others' ages, this award-winning psychology major was the subject of an Echo profile (written by Kelsey Conroy '13). Read more »

Jeronimo Maradiaga
Major: Biology

This Thomas J. Watson Fellowship winner was a smart kid from a single-parent home in the South Bronx. Few people knew his responsibilities included more than his studies at Colby. Read more »

Kate Sheridan
Occupation: Athletics

The only four-time All-American in the history of Colby extends her lacrosse career down under. Read more »

Daniel Gomez
Majors: Physics, Music

Physics, music, and engineering. Combining these passions proved easy at Colby -- with help from the Colby/Dartmouth dual-degree program. Read more »

Avi David
Occupation: Volunteer
Major: Music

After participating in the Music Department's Contact Zone JanPlan, David headed for the Himalayas and the Prajwal School in Nepal—a school open to all castes, religions, and backgrounds. Read more »

Tiffany Ng
Occupation: Business, Food

In Copenhagen, Tiffany Ng ’08 has created a gastronomic niche that is part food, part fashion, part musical theater. Read more »

Emily Goodnow

Awn Be Se means "we can" in Bambara, the local language in Bamako, Mali, and a $10,000 Projects for Peace award allowed this alumna to build girls' aspirations, business skills, and self images in this African capital. Read more »