Spring 2015 Graduates:
Kelsey Smith, Abby Daniel, Kelly McNeal, Mattie Kearse, Emily Manning, Adam Laughter, Erin Gallagher, Kyle Wolfe, Jessica Nelson, Nathan Blocker (summer '15), Sarah Wilson, Shelby Johnson, Heather Slice, Adrienne Boyea, Ian Bristol, Carynne Spalding, Luke Gainey (summer '15), Katie Potter, Valtteri Halonen, Tyler Brady, Grace Sullivan (summer '15), Jake Edwards, Tobi Polland, James Hodge (summer '15), Kevin Terry, Ben Ansel, Forrest Melvin, Michelle Law, Drew Gaertner (summer '15), Jordan Russo, J.D. Martin, Kiera Googins, Lydia Yount, Courtney Penezic, Isis Arrieta-Dennis
Fall 2014 Graduates:
Kelly Brown, Abbey Starling (summer '14), Sarah Bilski, Emily Biehl, Emily Shawcross, Nicole Abbondanza, Mark Townsend, Summer Saunders, Robert Kluttz, Zachary Draskovich, John Tremblay
Summer 2014 Graduates:
Sara Cameron, Travis Jones (pictured below), Steven Pierce (pictured below), Abbey Starling (pictured above)
Spring 2014 Graduates:
Gongtao Sun, Courtenay Rickards, Cathy Jordan, Anthony Queen, Kara Oopik, Steven Pierce (summer '14), Sarah Zitwer, Olivia Causby, Taffy Souphab, David Evans, Ashley Huffman, Aaron Kaye, Tiffany Ouellette, Elisabeth Zeitler, Rileigh Wilkins, Caroline Tipton, Aurelie Krakowski, Quinn Lancaster, Jennifer Martinez, Chris Cardona, Amy Nguyen, Nic Norment, Ashley Miles, and Travis Jones (summer '14)
Fall 2013 Graduates:
Chelsea Roberts, Emma Anderson, Austin Pippin, Adam Schell, Mary Wickre, Wait Mortenson, Ethan Edwards (not pictured), Alexandra Estrada (not pictured),
Summer 2013 Graduates:
Onicha Cheeranont (pictured below)
Spring 2013 Graduates:
Lydia Shippen, Chelsea Roberts (fall '13), Joseph Chambers, Austin Cloyed, Onicha Cheeranont (summer '13), Juliet Wiebe-King, Morgan Mencio, Christine Council, Danielle Rode, Anastasia Kuz, Julia Daugherty, Daphne Henning, Chelsea Crawford, and Caitlin Showalter with Drs. Berg, Graber, and Andreescu.
Spring 2012: Our First Two Graduates!
|Michael Croal (2012: Globalization)|
My study abroad in England and Ireland changed my entire perspective on college. After completing my study abroad and this program, I realize that there is a world outside of the United States. International Studies is a fantastic program; the interdisciplinary course work makes for a well-rounded degree that is truly customizable. I would suggest this program to anyone seeking to gain a more global view. I am currently at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville completing a Master of the Arts in Comparative Politics.
|Jordan Eicher (2012: Middle East)|
As a political science major, I thought it would be beneficial to get a different, interdisciplinary perspective, which I found in the International Studies. This major has helped me see the world as a more inclusive and interconnected entity than I previously thought, and by doing so it has made me more understanding of global tribulations and thus more understanding of possible solutions.International Studies is an excellent choice for students of any major because it allows students to understand the global and immeasurable results of our actions throughout our careers and our lives.