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College of Arts and Sciences Spring ‘18 Graduates Update

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The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to share employment and graduate school acceptance news for some of our spring, 2018 graduates.

Biology alumnae Selena Rodriguez, Anjali Shah and Drishti Shah will continue their learning after graduation. Selena Rodriguez (BA biology, ’18) was accepted into the Disney College Program in Orlando, Florida. The 5-month program allows participants to work on Disney properties and to network with industry leaders and to complete career development courses. Anjali Shah (BA biology, ’18) was accepted into the Rosalind Franklin College of Pharmacy. Drishti Shah (BA biology, ’18) was accepted into Roosevelt’s College of Pharmacy.

History alumna Gigi Davis (MA history, ’18) was accepted into the PhD History program at Howard University. Integrated Marketing Communication alumna Gianna D’Argento (BA IMC, ’18) joined the prestigious Golin agency as a part of a six-month post-graduation internship program. Matthew Spahr (BA IMC, ’18) will attend The John Marshall Law School while also pursuing his real estate brokerage license.

Political Science alumni are pursuing law school and politics. Ariana Daniels (BA political science, ’18) will attend the DePaul University Law School with full funding. Lauren Grimaldi (BA political science, ’18) accepted a full-time position with the Progressive Turnout Project. Adam Gunther (BA political science, 18) accepted a full-time position with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

We wish our most recent alumni the best of good fortune in their current and future endeavors. College of Arts and Science alumni may share their news by contacting Assistant Dean Juli Rowen at

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