I graduated one semester early from St. Lawrence University (in December 2013). I have been working as a Research Associate in the Canine Cognition Center (working with military, service, and pet dogs) and the Hominoid Psychology Research Group (working with bonobos, chimpanzees, and humans) at Duke University since January 2014. I am truly appreciative of every person at St. Lawrence, from the surrounding community, and from my family who has helped me achieve my lofty goals.
I will be working as the Farm & Garden Intern and helping with educational programming for people who visit Katchkie Farms. I hope to get a more permanent position with the Sylvia Center in one of their New York City programs after my internship is completed.
I will be teaching Spanish, coaching squash and lacrosse, and working as a dorm parent.
I received a graduate assistantship and will be working as a teaching assistant in the sport psychology undergrad class.
S'gonna be cool.
I'll be going to graduate school, to seek my PhD in analytical chemistry. Currently, I'm trying to choose between the University of Wisconsin (Madison), the University of Colorado (Boulder), the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), the University of California (San Diego), and Purdue University.
Plan on getting a MA or MS in data sciences/statistics or MBA within the next 3-5 years.
Thanks for all of your help in the past 4 years!
Will start Financial Advisor training program in June and will become certified as a Financial Advisor upon completion of the training program.
It is a two year Teach for All affiliate program. I will be teaching English as quite possibly the first native English speaker the school has ever had whilst fighting social injustices that face western provinces of China in the 21st century education system .
Victor M Coker Jr.
I will be taking care of four kids, ages 3-10, and helping out on the sheep farm where they live! I am so excited to be returning to the country I studied abroad in and explore the things I missed.
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