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Research@Hofstra

Graduate Destinations

Hofstra students regularly decide to continue their studies at the graduate or professional school level in pursuit of an advanced degree. Undergraduate research often plays a key role in gaining admission to top graduate programs or professional schools. Graduates from 2016 with their destinations are listed below by their major(s) and therefore may be listed more than once.

The list also includes students who have received internships or scholarships on their research track toward later graduate or professional school as well as student researchers who have moved directly into their chosen profession. The list depends upon individual or departmental notification and is not necessarily complete as applications and acceptances are ongoing: the list will be updated as information comes in.

For these listings by name, student permission has been granted. Where a destination is known, but student permission is outstanding and has not yet been confirmed, the name has been omitted. The 2015 list has for that reason no names, since permissions were not collected in time.

To provide new information or a correction, please contact: Neil H. Donahue, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs at: Neil.H.Donahue{at}hofstra.edu.

Graduate Destinations 2017

Accounting
Anastasia Hautanen will attend the George Washington Law School in Washington, D.C.. She was also accepted at Hofstra Law.

Alycia Santosus will stay at Hofstra for another year to get her Master's degree in Accounting through the 5-year MBA program.

Biology
Paul Franco will teach this summer in a science outreach program in Brazil ("Clubes de Ciencia" or science clubs) and will return to work next year full time as a researcher at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute while applying to medical school for the following year.

Hannah Ananda Bougleux Gomes will teach this summer in a science outreach program in Brazil ("Clubes de Ciencia" or science clubs) and will return to work next year full time as a researcher at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute while applying to medical school for the following year.

Liam Lang will be starting a neuroscience PhD program at Stony Brook University. He was also accepted into programs atYale University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Boston University.

Audiology
Alyssa Atard will attend the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was also accepted to the programs at University of Connecticut and Salus University, PA.

Chemistry
Anastasia Brodovskaya will enter the Ph.D. program in Neuroscience at the University of Virginia, with full funding. She was also accepted into the PhD program in Neurosceince at Penn State University.

Gabrielle Cabrera will enter the applied Ph.D. program in Organic Chemistry at Stanford University (with full funding), and was also accepted into the Ph.D. programs at Emory University, University of Pennsylvania, Duke University, UCLA, UC San Diego and Northwestern University.

Liam Lang will be starting a neuroscience PhD program at Stony Brook University. He was also accepted into programs atYale University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Boston University.

Mahia Rahman will join Harvard Medical School as a full-time researcher in the Neurobiology department, while then applying to MD/PHD programs.

Marisa McNamara will enter the CUNY Graduate Center for their Ph.D program in Chemistry. She was also accepted into the program at SUNY-Binghamton.

Community Health
Sarah Gall, BS in Community Health, will attend Mercy College in the Bronx, her top choice program, in the Graduate Physician Assistant Master’s Program.

Laraib Humayun has accepted a full-time position as a Health Liaison with Docs for Tots, a local nonprofit in Nassau County that works on improving early childhood health outcomes. She has been hired specifically to implement a Quality Improvement project focused on maternal depression screening practices in Nassau County. 

Criminology
Elizabeth Scott will attend University of California Davis School of Law. She was also accepted to Drexel University's Kline School of Law; the University of San Francisco School of Law; the University of California at Hastings; the California Western School of Law; and the Roger Williams University School of Law.

Drama and Dance
Courtney Bieda, a double major in dance and psychology, will attend Lesley University for a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Concentration in Dance Movement Therapy.

Laura Michele Erle, with a B.F.A. in Theater Performance with a triple minor in Public Relations, Musical Theater, and English. I have been hired to work this summer (beginning 5/15 and ending 9/3) at Mac-Haydn Theater, a professional regional theater-in-the-round in Chatham, NY. As a Company Member, she will perform in all seven of their season's musicals.

Ashley Franks will attend the University of Pennsylvania a Master's of Social Work degree (with full funding). She was also accepted to the University of Chicago, University of Southern California, and Boston University for their Social Work/Social Administration programs. 

Claire Malkie will work as an Acting Apprentice at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown West Virginia.

Sierra Sharratt, a dance and psychology major, will attend Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado for an M.A. in Somatic Counseling with a concentration in Dance Movement Therapy. 

Economics
Andrew Garrett will be attending the University of Sussex to receive a MSc in Development Economics.

Amanda Getz, a Finance major with an Economics minor, will attend Hofstra’s M.S.Ed program in Higher Education and Leadership Policy Studies.

La Rainne Pasion has accepted a full-time position as a Logistics Specialist and Geographic Information Systems Analyst at Big Blue Ocean in Jericho, NY. She plans to start law school with a concentration in International Law next year.

Stella Kristin Schoen will enter the Master's degree program in Economics and Business, with a specialization in Behavioural Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics (of the Erasmus University of Rotterdam in the Netherlands).

Engineering
Kyle Castoria will enter the Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering (with full funding) at Princeton University.

Nicholas Jones will pursue a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University with a fully funded fellowship. He was also accepted for a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.

Jennifer Miller will work as a biomedical engineer at the UPMC Artificial Heart Program and plans to begin medical school in Fall 2019. She also had offers for a biomedical technician position at MODIS and a research position at Penn State University.

English
Juliet Del Rio will work as a copywriter for Safavieh in Port Washington, NY.

Exercise Science
Amanda Himelfarb, an Exercise Science major, will attend the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at Stony Brook University.

Finance

Aleksey Babadzhanov has accepted a position from CA Technologies as a finance and accounting rotational analyst

Chandani Harrindranauth has accepted a full-time position at Morgan Stanley and will be working as a Compliance Analyst in the Global Financial Crimes group on the Legal Advisory team.

Anthony Ramdhani has accepted a position with the Fortune 100 Company, MassMutual, in their Corporate Finance Rotational Program.

John Sewell has accepted a full time Financial Advisor position at AXA in New York.

Thomas A. Voelkel  will join Deutsche Bank in New York City in their Asset Management division.

German
Kevin G. Patalano was awarded a U.S. Fulbright Scholarship as an English Teaching Assistant in Germany for 2017-2018.

Global Studies and Geography
Steven Eareckson, a History and Political Science double major, will attend law school at the University of Virginia. He was also accepted into the law schools at George Washington University, American University, William & Mary, University of North Carolina, Antonin Scalia Law School (George Mason University), and Florida State University.

Rebecca Webber will be heading to Swaziland with the Peace Corps for a 2-year commitment to service as a Community Health Outreach Volunteer.

Sabrina Clarke will attend Northeastern University in Boston for an M.A. in Teaching (MAT) in Elementary Education. She also was accepted to programs at Columbia University, Hofstra University, Wagner College, Boston University, Eastern Nazarene College and University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Sarah Eileen Linder, a Global Studies and Political Science double major with minors in Jewish Studies and Drama, will attend the Duquesne University School of Law (Pittsburgh PA). She was also accepted to the law schools at Hofstra University, Cardozo School of Law, St. John's University, University of Pittsburgh, and Brooklyn College.

La Rainne Pasion has accepted a full-time position as a Logistics Specialist and Geographic Information Systems Analyst at Big Blue Ocean in Jericho, NY. She plans to start law school with a concentration in International Law next year.

Health Science
Maria Strangie, a Health Science major and Community Health minor, has accepted a full-time position at Northeast Dermatology Associates as a Patient Care Coordinator. She plans on graduate school as a Physician Assistant.

Hope Knudsen will attend the University of Maryland-Baltimore School of Medicine in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program.

History
Ashley Cossack will attend Pace University School of Law.

Farrah Faraci will attend Touro Law Center; she was also accepted at Hofstra Law.

Tyler Kaufmann will attend graduate school at Hofstra in Elementary Education: STEM.

Japanese
Andrew Garret will be attending the University of Sussex to receive a MSc in Development Economics

Journalism and Media Studies
Melissa Cooke has accepted a full-time position with NBC News as a Public Relations Assistant for their NBC News Communications team.

Jessica Ma will work at CBS News as a News Associate at Evening News with Scott Pelley.

Katie Spoleti, BA in Journalism with a minor in Fine Arts, has accepted a full-time position at Billboard Magazine as Photo Assistant.

Labor Studies
Jenna Wyatt will work as an Accommodations Specialist for Altice USA (in the telecommunications industry, formerly called Cablevision & Suddenlink Communications). 

Legal Studies in Business
Anastasia Hautanen will attend the George Washington Law School in Washington, D.C.. She was also accepted at Hofstra Law.

Dua Tahir will attend Hofstra Law School, and was also accepted at St. John’s and Fordham law schools.

Linguistics
Brandon Dye, Community Health minor, will continue at Hofstra for a Master's in Public Health. He was also accepted to SUNY Downstate and the CUNY School of Public Health.

Management
Lyle Alper will work for Select Real Equity Advisors , Commercial real estate investment advisory firm based in Huntington, New York.

Ravid Cohen, B.B.A. in Supply-Chain Management, has accepted a position at Macy's in their Store Management Executive Development Program.

Marketing

Tarveen Batra will work at SWNS Media Group as a junior account manager.

Colleen Beirne, a major in Marketing with minors in Information Technology and  in Information Systems and Business Analytics, will work at a market research firm, The NPD Group, as a fashion account associate.

Anjali Gupta has accepted a position at GroupM's MEC agency working for their L'Oréal Team.

Kristen Misak will complete her MBA in Marketing at Hofstra University.

Kevin G. Patalano was awarded a U.S. Fulbright Scholarship as an English Teaching Assistant in Germany for 2017-2018.

Mathematics
Waseet Kazmi will enter the Ph.D. program in Mathematics at University of Connecticut (with full funding).

Michael Nino will attend Penn State University for the M.S. in Aerospace Engineering with full funding. He was also accepted at Iowa State University for the PhD in Aerospace Engineering and the University of Michigan for a MSE in Aerospace Engineering.

Grainne O’Neill, BS in Mathematics with a concentration in actuarial science, will attend Rutgers University in the PhD program in atmospheric science. He was accepted to Stony Brook's PhD program in atmospheric science and New York University's Master’s program in mathematics.

Music
Biana Kroening will extend her current internship with The Walt Disney Company in New York City through the summer in the department that handles corporate philanthropy, and then enter Hofstra's Marketing MBA program in the Zarb School of Business. She was also accepted at Pace University.

Colleen McKeown, BS in Music Education, will be attending graduate school at Hofstra University for Literacy Studies to research music can be used to build literacy skills in the classroom.

Leawndra Oseghali, BS in Music Education, will work full time as a music teacher in NYC with the Education Through Music program.

Kristina Shafranski, a double major in BS Music (vocal performance) and BA Political Science with a minor in European Studies, received a scholarship at Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts for a Master of Music in vocal performance. 

Bryan Wysocki, BA in Music Composition, will attend Georgia State University with full funding for his Masters in Percussion Performance. This summer, he will spend two weeks at the New Music on the Point Festival in Leicester, VT; two weeks at the Yarn/Wire Summer Institute at Stony Brook University; two weeks at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival at Rutgers University; and then return for four weeks at the NYSSSA School of Orchestral Studies as a Percussion counselor. 

Philosophy
Francine Chirico will attend Hofstra's Maurice A. Deane School of Law. 

Sabrina Singh will attend the University of Montana for its MA in communication studies with funding. She was also accepted in to Texas A&M's PhD program in health communication (with funding ) and Hofstra's MA in public advocacy.

Political Science
Steven Eareckson, a Political Science and History double major, will attend law school at the University of Virginia. He was also accepted into the law schools at George Washington University, American University, William & Mary, University of North Carolina, Antonin Scalia Law School (George Mason University), and Florida State University.

Damian Gallagher will attend William & Mary Law School. He was also accepted to the law schools at American, Villanova, Brooklyn, St. John’s, and Hofstra universities.

Sarah Eileen Linder, a Political Science and Global Studies double major with minors in Jewish Studies and Drama, will attend the Duquesne University School of Law (Pittsburgh PA). She was also accepted to the schools of law at Hofstra, Cardozo, St. John's, University of Pittsburgh, and Brooklyn College.

Physician’s Assistant
Keren John has been accepted into the Physician Assistant Studies program at Hofstra University, and plans to specialize in pediatric neurology or neurosurgery.

Physics
Kyle Castoria will enter the Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering (with full funding) at Princeton University.

Joseph Miraglia will attend Hofstra's program in Special Education for an MSEd in Inclusive Secondary Education.

Michael Nino will attend Penn State University for the M.S. in Aerospace Engineering with full funding. He was also accepted at Iowa State University for the PhD in Aerospace Engineering and the University of Michigan for a MSE in Aerospace Engineering.

Pre-Medical Studies
Daniel Zhu will do research at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research before attending Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine in the Fall of 2018 (Class of 2022).

Psychology
Courtney Bieda, a double major in dance and psychology, will attend Lesley University for a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Concentration in Dance Movement Therapy.

Jaskiran Kaur will attend Queens College, CUNY to pursue a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Sierra Sharratt, a psychology and dance double major, will attend Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado for an M.A. in Somatic Counseling with a concentration in Dance Movement Therapy. 

Mitchell Shenk will attend Hofstra University’s Industrial-Organizational M.A. Program. He was also accepted into programs at: Roosevelt University; Brooklyn College (CUNY); University of New Haven; Touro College; University of Texas at Arlington; Fairleigh Dickinson University; West Chester University; Montclair State University; and University of Baltimore.

Liana Wilson, BA in Psychology with minors in Spanish and Linguistics, will attend the University of Connecticut School of Social Work for an MA in Social Work with a concentration in Individuals & Families. She was accepted into programs at Springfield College and Southern Connecticut State University.

Public Relations
Jasmine Cole-Marrow, a double major in Public Relations and Religion, has accepted a position with the Disney College Program for Fall 2017.

Christopher Hoffman will pursue an MBA in Marketing at the Zarb School of Business.

Cheyenne Padgett will work as an assistant account coordinator for Quinn Travel Services in Miami, Florida.

Samantha Gendler will attend Columbia University School of Social Work.

Gabrielle Sully, a Public Relations major with a minor in Irish Studies, will attend Rutgers University for a master’s degree in Global Sports Business.

Emily Walsh has accepted a full-time position at Carnegie Hall in the public relations department as public relations assistant.

Radio, Television, Video, Film
Juliet Del Rio will work as a copywriter for Safavieh in Port Washington, NY.

Speech Pathology
Hannah Rembrandt, with a BA in Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences, will continue at Hofstra to get her MA in Speech-Language Pathology.

2016 Graduates

[scroll down for separate Law School and Medical School listings – those students are listed by both major department and destination]

Accounting
Michael Riscica (BBA Accounting) Hofstra University, Zarb School of Business (MBA program).

Anthropology
Alexa Arrechi (ANTH) Constituent Coordinator for Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi.

Biology
Emily Carson (BS, Biology) SUNY Delhi for Veterinarian Science

Maryum Alam (BA Biology & Political Science) Indiana University’s PhD program in Political Science (fully funded; top 25 PhD program)

Sumona Munshi (BA, Biology and Spanish) Masters of Public Health Program at Colorado State University

Derek Minh-Duc Nguyen (BS, Biology; BA, Economics) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Elise A. Rooney (BS, Biology) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Pratik Shah (BA, Biology) Hofstra Northwell SOM, 5/16

Chemistry
Satya Makadia (BA, Chemistry) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Diego Prado (BS BCHEM) PhD program in Cell and Developmental biology within the Molecular
                Biosciences program at Rutgers University (fully funded).

Mary Rooney (BS Chemistry) M.S. Chemistry, College of William & Mary (full funding)

Melissa Slyper (BS Chemistry) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Botai Xuan (BS BChem) PhD program at the molecular pharmacology and physiology program at
                Brown university.

Computer Engineering
Daniel Benz (BS Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering) Masters in Computer Science program at
                SUNY-Stony Brook and a full time position of Junior Electrical Engineer for North Atlantic Industries.

Criminology
Monique Zabihzadeh (BA Criminology) New York Law School

Drama and Dance
Gina Arfi (BA Drama) Character Performer at Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts in Orlando, FL
                as a participant of the Disney College Program from August 22-January 5.

Alyssa Jean (BA Drama) Walt Disney World for the Disney College Program.

Economics
Derek Minh-Duc Nguyen (BS Biology; BA Economics) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Emilie Yonan (BA  Economics ’15) University of Michigan, Masters in Urban Planning with a
                focus on economic / community / housing development

Engineering
Nickolas Boroda (BS Engineering Science) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

English
Alexandra Buckshaw (BA English) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Electrical Engineering
Daniel Benz (BS Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering) Masters in Computer Science program
                at Stony Brook and a full time position of Junior Electrical Engineer for North Atlantic Industries.

Film Studies and Production
Maggie Palermo (BA Film Studies and Productions) I will be working for 3Axis Studios, a
                videography company.

German
Samantha Sohnen (BA German; PreHealth Studies in Global Studies) MD/MPH at Hofstra Northwell
                School of Medicine

Global Studies
Anastasia Cassisi (BA Global Studies) St. John’s University School of Law

Health Science
Britney Nathan (BS Health Sciences) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

History
Kaitlyn Corcoran (BA History) Hofstra University, School of Education (MSEd program). 

Tara Hamilton (BA History; Early Childhood Education) Queens College, MA in TESOL and
                Bilingual Education

Robyn Luzon (LEAP History)Fordham University (JD program)

Journalism
Cortney Cordero (BA Journalism) PBS/WNET as a news producer.

Melanie Rainone (BA Journalism) Editorial assistant at Adventure Publishing, a toy magazine company.

Legal Studies in Business
Nick Montemagno (BBA Legal Studies in Business) Fordham Law School

Oksana Soutus  (BBA Legal Studies in Business) Fordham Law School

Mathematics
Zachary Mizrachi (BS Physics; BS Mathematics) Ph.D. program at Cornell University in Electrical Engineering

Mathew Tarby (BA Mathematics; Education)  PhD program in Mathematics at SUNY Bringhamton

Philosophy
Mehack Ali (LEAP Psychology; LEAP Philosophy)Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University

Physics
Zachary Mizrachi (B.S. Physics; B.S. Mathematics) Ph.D. program at Cornell University in
                 Electrical Engineering

Charlotte Wood (B.S. Physics) University of Notre Dame for Ph.D. in Physics, with the Arthur J. Schmitt
                Leadership Fellowship (annual stipend of $32,500 renewable for 5 years).

Physician Assistant
Luke Zeolla (BS Physicians Assistant Studies) Hofstra Physician Assistant Program

Political Science
Maryum Alam (BA Biology; Political Science) Indiana University’s PhD program in Political Science
                (fully funded; top 25 PhD program)

Hunter Blain (LEAP Political Science) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Kim Bosse (BA Political Science) University of Connecticut School of Law

Public Relations
Rachael Durant (BA Public Relations; Psychology) Accepted a position as Communications Associate with
                Dewey Square Group in Boston, a public affairs firm

Premedical Studies
Fizza Ali (BS Premedical studies) University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Samantha Sohnen (BA, German; PreHealth Studies in Global Studies)MD/MPH at Hofstra Northwell
                School of Medicine

Psychology
Mehack Ali (LEAP Psychology; LEAP Philosophy) Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University

Amber Carmiencke (BA Psychology) Columbia University Master's in Occupational Therapy

John DiMeglio (BA Psychology )M.D. program at Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences,
                University at Buffalo

Rebecca Stein  (BA Psychology) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Public Relations
Shayla Ridore (BA Public Relations)Account coordinator at North 6th Agency, a PR agency in the city.

Paulina Zaferiou (BA Public Relations) St John's law school

Rhetorical Studies
Mallory Marin (BA Rhetorical Studies) University of Southern California,Masters in Communication
                Management with a concentration in Marketing Communications.

Romance Languages and Literature
Caitlyn Cunningham (BA Spanish; Foreign Language Education) Teach for America in Atlanta, GA.

Sumona Munshi (BA Biology;  Spanish) - Masters of Public Health Program at Colorado State University

Speech-Lanuage and Hearing Sciences
Emma Ellis (BA Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences) University of Connecticut for M.A.
                in Speech Pathology

Sustainability Studies
Joanne Norris (BS Sustainability Studies) Columbia University for a one-year intensive masters
                program in Climate and Society.

Video TV and Business
Samuel Work (BS Video/TV And Business Video/TV And BusinessVideo TV and Business)Employment at NBC Universal as a Global Media Operations
                Associate.

LAW SCHOOL

Mehack Ali (LEAP Psychology, LEAP Philosophy)Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University

Hunter Blain (LEAP PSC) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Kim Bosse (BA PSC) University of Connecticut School of Law

Alexandra Buckshaw (BA English) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Anastasia Cassisi (BA Global Studies) St. John’s University School of Law

Robyn Luzon (LEAP History) Fordham University (JD program)

Nick Montemagno (BBA Legal Studies in Business) Fordham Law School

Rebecca Stein  (BA Psychology) Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

Oksana Soutus  (BBA Legal Studies in Business) Fordham Law School

Kimberly Smith Villanova Law School

Monique Zabihzadeh (BA Criminology) New York Law School

Paulina Zaferiou (BA Public Relations) St John's law school

MEDICAL SCHOOL

Fizza Ali (BS Premedical studies) University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Nickolas Boroda (BS Engineering Science) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

John DiMeglio (BA Psychology ) M.D. program at Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences,
                University at Buffalo

Satya Makadia (BA Chemistry) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Britney Nathan (BS Health Science) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Derek Minh-Duc Nguyen (BS Biology; BA Economics) Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Pratik Shah (BA Biology) Hofstra Northwell SOM

Melissa Slyper (BS Chemistry)Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Samantha Sohnen (BA German; PreHealth Studies in Global Studies) MD/MPH at Hofstra Northwell
                School of Medicine

2015 Graduates

2014 Graduates

Graduate School

Anthropology

  • Jessica Woodrow, Master of Public Health, Hofstra University and J.D. CUNY School of Law

Biology

  • ----- -----, New York Institute of Technology, College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • ----- -----, Columbia University College of Dental Medicine

Chemistry / Biochemistry  (Forensic Science listed separately further below)

  • Kristen Brown, Johns Hopkins, Ph.D. program, Bioorganic Chemistry
  • ----- -----, New York Institute of Osteopathic Medicine
  • ----- -----, Ross University School of Medicine, NJ
  • Emma Kast, Princeton University, Ph.D., Geosciences
  • Jessica Spinelli, Harvard University, Ph.D. program, Chemical Biology

Classics

  • Sean Kelly, M.A. program, Classics, Notre Dame

Comparative Literature and Languages

  • Russian: Elena Yi, University of California – Berkeley Law
  • Classics: Sean Kelly, M.A. program, Classics, Notre Dame

Computer Science

  • Cynthia Cheng, Programmer Analyst II at GEICO, Maryland: Technology
  • ----- -----, B.S. ’12, M.S. ’14 Hofstra. M. A. London School of Economics.

Drama and Dance

  • Kathryn Rebholz, Emerson College, Masters in Theater Education

Economics

  • Benjamin Dynkin, Cardozo Law School
  • ----- -----, Cornell University School of Law

Engineering

  • Biomedical: Arik Adhami, University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry

Fine Arts, Design, Art History

  • Kerry Ann Castoria, School of Visual Arts, M.A.

Forensic Science

  • ----- -----, George Washington University graduate program
  • Kathleen Toomey, Forensic Scientist, Indiana State Department of Toxicology
  • Michaela Vertorano, SUNY-Albany Graduate School
  • ----- -----, University of Central Florida (UCF) graduate program

Geology, Environment and Sustainability Studies

  • Emma Kast, Princeton University, Ph.D., Geosciences
  • Tamunoisoala Longjohn, Rice University, Ph.D. Program in Energy Resources

Global Studies and Geography

  • ----- -----, Cornell University School of Law

Health Studies and Kinesiology / Physical Education / Athletic Training / Exercise Science

  • ----- ----- Hofstra University, M.A., Strength and Conditioning Program

History

  • Eric Leonardis, Ph.D., University of California - San Diego, Cognitive Science
  • Benjamin Schaefer, Internship, Association for the Defense Counsel Practicing before the International
                                    Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, International Criminal Court at the Hague

Mathematics

  • Cynthia Cheng, Programmer Analyst II at GEICO, Maryland: Technology Development program

Music

  • Joseph Birgandi, Belmont University, M.B.A. in Music Business
  • Ryan Hayward, Pennsylvania State University, Master of Music Performance (tuba)
  • Sean Kelly, Notre Dame University, M.A. program, Classics
  • Alexis Minogue, Master of Music (in vocal performance) at University of Georgia
  • Theresa Ruggles, Columbia University, M.Ed. in Music Education

Philosophy

  • Jake Friedenberg, Kings College, London, M.A. in BioEthics
  • Caitlin Rauchle, University of Connecticut School of Law
  • Patrick Tierney, George Washington Law School

Physician Assistant Program

  • ----- -----, Columbia University College of Dental Medicine

Physics & Astronomy

  • Endri Mani, Ph.D., Columbia University, Physics
  • Emma Kast, Princeton University, Ph.D., Geosciences

Political Science

  • Allison Carmody, Duke University School of Law
  • Alexis Meusburger, Michigan State University Law School
  • William Shenkel, American University, M.A. program
  • Patrick Tierney, George Washington Law School
  • Elena Yi, University of California – Berkeley Law

Psychology

  • Tamika Dennison, University of Washington, M. A. Human-Centered Design and Engineering
  • Nicole Jolicoeur, New York Law School, Global Fellow Scholar
  • Eric Leonardis, University of California, San Diego, Ph.D. Neuroscience
  • Emily Mauser, Ph.D., Clinical and Health Psychology, Yeshiva University
  • Nicole Melita, University of Connecticut, M.A. Human Development and Family Studies
  • Angela Miller, joint dual degree program, M.A. in Child Development, Sarah Lawrence College;
                                                                  Master’s in Social Work, New York University.
  • Kathryn Rebholz, Emerson College, Masters in Theater Education

Romance Languages and Literatures

  • Spanish: Allison Carmody, Duke University School of Law

Sociology

  • Tamika Dennison, University of Washington, M. A. Human-Centered Design and Engineering

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

  • Christina Andretta, Hofstra University, M. A. Speech-Language Pathology
  • ----- -----, Long Island University, Brooklyn, M.A. Speech-Language Pathology
  • Kasey Fahy, New York University, Steinhardt School, M.A. Communications Sciences & Disorders
  • ----- -----, San Francisco State University, M.A. Communicative Disorders
  • Stefanie Kitsos, Hofstra University, M.A. Speech-Language Pathology
  • Alyssa Legnetti, Hofstra University, M.A. Speech-Language Pathology
    Stephanie Malone, Towson University, Au.D., Doctorate of Audiology
  • Jessica Matrone, Hofstra University, M.A. Speech-Language Pathology

Law School

  • Allison Carmody, Duke University School of Law. Dual degree JD/MA Environmental Science and Policy program
  • Benjamin Dynkin, Cardozo Law School
  • Nicole Jolicoeur, New York Law School, Global Fellow Scholar
  • Alexis Meusberger, Michigan State University Law School
  • ----- -----, Cornell University School of Law
  • Caitlin Rauchle, University of Connecticut School of Law
  • Patrick Tierney, George Washington Law School
    Jessica Woodrow, Master of Public Health, Hofstra University and J.D. CUNY School of Law
  • Elena Yi, University of California – Berkeley Law

Medical School

  • Arik Adhami, University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry
  • ----- -----, New York Institute of Technology, College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • ----- -----, Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
  • ----- -----, New York Institute of Osteopathic Medicine
  • ----- -----, Ross University School of Medicine, NJ