Bethany Harding, Ph.D., Grad ’15, accepted a position with National Louis University as assistant professor of History and Political Science. She also provides leadership for the Student Success Collaborative with NLU’s Pathways Initiative which serves to provide academic support for graduates of Chicago Public High Schools.
Sara Johnson, H Sci ’15, was awarded the Cancer Research Training Award Fellow with the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Md.
Seamus Doyle, Arts ’15, is serving as a secondary education and teacher trainer Peace Corps volunteer in Indonesia. He lives in Bangil, East Java.
Maggie Fitzpatrick, Arts ’15, works in recruiting in the Citadel’s New York office.
Missy Wahlen Gress, Law ’14, opened up her own office with Edward Jones.
Jonathan Meulemans, Law ’13, joined von Briesen &and Roper, s.c.’s Green Bay office. Prior to joining von Briesen, Meulemans was legal counsel for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Before his position with the State of Wisconsin, Meulemans was in private practice for four years in the Fox Valley.
Jordan Calgaro, Comm ’13, was named in “Florists Review” trade magazine as “35 under 35” for the 2017 list of people blazing new trails across the floral industry.
Michael Laing, Eng ’12, accepted a position as a patent attorney in the Madison office of Perkins Coie LLP, an international law firm headquartered in Seattle with over 1,000 lawyers.
Joshua Tueting, Grad ’12, is a nurse practitioner at the student health center of the University of Colorado Boulder.
Katelyn Baker, Comm ’12, is an associate art director of “Allure” and “Teen Vogue” magazines at Conde Nast in New York City.