Feature Stories

September 7, 2010
Sofia Jelanizada, '10Afghan alumna uses newfound independence to begin career rebuilding her country
Jelanizada had originally planned to return to Afghanistan after graduation, but then she was offered a job as a staff accountant at a U.S. government contractor that performs construction, engineering and consulting work in Afghanistan.
Julia Brannan, '11Senior lends a fresh perspective to internship with EPA
As an intern at the Environmental Protection Agency, Brannan not only got a front-row seat to significant decisions in the federal government, but she got to play a role in them, too.
September 3, 2010
Marianne Williams, '11Student researches Jewish diaspora in Shanghai
Marianne Williams, '11, received a School of Arts & Sciences Summer Research Grant to fund her history study, "The Shanghai Ghetto: Diaspora and Zionist Identities."
September 2, 2010
Lawrence Richardson, '13Second-year finance major plots course to Wall Street career
As the youngest-ever summer intern at the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., Lawrence Richardson, '13, immersed himself into the world of overseas trading and investment.
September 1, 2010
Summer with ShakespeareNicole Prunetti, '11, uses summer research to get a head start on her senior honors English thesis
Nicole Prunetti, ’11, got a head start on her senior honors English thesis by spending her summer researching Shakespeare, the Law and Women with the support of an Arts & Sciences fellowship.
Will Cragin, '09Alumnus brings global attention to violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Will Cragin, ’09, has spent the last year in the Democratic Republic of Congo providing assistance to communities affected by constant violence.
August 31, 2010
Aleah Goldin, '13Student researcher: "The data speaks with its own voice"
Aleah Goldin, '13, examined whether a person’s political views are correlated with their decision to donate to an American charity versus one benefitting an ethnic minority.
Opening Residency 2010 from the student perspectiveMatt Barany, butterflies, and camels
First-year student offers a light-hearted look at Opening Residency
August 30, 2010
Violet Ho teaches Organizational Behavior for the first time in the MBA program this semesterProfessor implements group work to engage students
A closer look into Management 530