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  • Our Alumni

Since its first class graduated with honors in 1997, the University Honors Program has celebrated many distinguished post-graduate achievements. Reflecting the program’s three hallmarks – scholarship, service, and leadership – alumni have embarked on a variety of research, study, and career paths. Among the many careers and graduate school placements are the following:

  • Fulbright scholar (the University’s first)
  • art museum events coordinators
  • assistant county attorneys
  • cancer researcher
  • college admissions counselors
  • elementary and secondary education school teachers
  • engineering firm scientists
  • environmental scientists
  • EPA program analysts
  • fishery biologists
  • MBA’s in banking and finance
  • mechanical engineers
  • park naturalists
  • Peace Corps volunteers
  • physicians
  • police officers
  • U.S. Secret Service specialists
  • veterinary medicine professionals

We always welcome information and photographs from our alumni for this page.  Contact Rena Piller-Thurston, Honors Program Assistant (