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John Walden
Occupation: Environment
Major: Biology

After studying plants, woody and otherwise, at Colby, John Walden ’07 made his way into an industry where he studies the simplest plants of all: algae. Read more »

James Cryan
Occupation: Education

The desire to help disadvantage children succeed in high school and get into college led this former Teach for America to start his own charter school in Denver. Read more »

Natalie Ginsburg
Occupation: Education
Major: Psychology

For 10 kids from rural Mississippi, the trip to the national's capital with Ginsburg was a dream come true. "If I don't take them now, who will?" said Ginsburg. Read more »

Ellen Newcomb
Major: Government

This government major found her calling as an advocate for health care, which led her to law school at American University. Read more »

Chris Andrews
Occupation: Economics, Nonprofit
Major: Economics

"Moussa," say the Senegalese locals when they casually greet this economics major. Andrews helped Senegalese women build small businesses in their native Nioro du Rip.  Read more »

Josh Kahane
Major: Economics

After a year working in Boston for a market research firm, this economics major took to his interest in medicine to Uganda, where he implements a pilot study monitoring HIV/AIDS patients' adherence to medication. Read more »

Ben Hughes
Occupation: Arts, Education
Major: Music

After a Jan Plan teaching in India, a music major finds an outlet for his musical passion in teaching. Read more »

Antonio Mendez
Occupation: Education

This Posse Scholar spent a year on a Fulbright in Andorra. Read more »

Erin Rhoda
Occupation: Writing

A former Mitchell Scholar in Ireland and previous chair of the board of the Maine/Ghana Youth Network, this Mainer is now hooked on her daily newspaper reporter job in central Maine. Read more »

Jess Minty
Occupation: Athletics
Major: Economics

Read how this NCAA All-American adds distance to her regime as she runs toward her Olympic goal. Read more »