The Class of 2011 can claim many wonderful achievements: 5 members of Phi Beta Kappa; 14 members of Alpha Sigma Lambda; numerous other students in the academic honor societies for majors disciplines. Some of the noteworthy individual achievements include:
- Morgan Kellman, who distinguished herself as the student government president, athlete and world traveler, earned membership in Phi Beta Kappa, won a T Pin, and will be sharing her talent with some very lucky children when she joins Teach for America later this summer.
- Alisha Strother, also a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a T pin awardee, also won the coveted Mary Boyle McCrory Award for Excellence in Writing. Alisha intends to pursue graduate work in library science.
- Shantae Elliott has been accepted into the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
- Irvin Moore, who earned his B.S. in Business Administration in the School of Professional Studies, spent five consecutive semesters on the Dean’s List and earned a place in Alpha Sigma Lambda. He will pursue graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice.
- Grace Petit, senior class president, will pursue her master’s degree in Psychology at the University of Baltimore.
- Kindra Cantrell, Phi Beta Kappa, will study in the master’s program in International Security at the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom.
- Mahlet Getachew, who just earned a master’s degree in Educational Administration, has gained acceptance into the doctoral program at Howard University.
- Tyeshia Robinson is trying to decide between Trinity or the University of Maryland University College for her graduate studies in International Security.
- Erin Scott Payne just received her B.S.N. and will enter the George Mason University Family Nurse Practitioner program in the fall.
- Cynthia Nwole-Nwagugo will also attend George Mason University in the Nurse Practitioner program.
Watch this space for more news of the Class of 2011 post-graduation plans!