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  • Mostaghim, a Fullbright Scholar, is now in Switzerland exploring nanobiotechnology and biosensor development.

  • Muntean majored in psychology and minored in visual studies. She now pursues a J.D. at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.

  • Roy majored in social-cultural anthropology and minored in visual studies, concentrating on Latin American, Iberian, and Latinx studies. Post-graduation, he began his role as a Quaker Voluntary Service fellow at the Metrowest Worker Center – Casa del Trabajador, near Boston.

  • Actor Cilian Murphy, wearing protective goggles, portrays Robert J. Oppenheimer

    Before graduating, Cloyd Marvin '48 joined J. Robert Oppenheimer at Los Alamos National Laboratory to work on the Manhattan Project. It was there he co-wrote a critical paper that allays a central tension coursing through Christopher Nolan’s summer blockbuster.

  • Xu, a biology major and psychology minor, is currently working as a research associate with plans to attend medical school next year.

  • The physics major and environmental studies and global Asian studies double minor wrapped up an internship with Pacific Northwest National Lab and is now settling into a fellowship position with Launch Alaska.

  • The neuroscience major and health studies minor started his full-time job as a cancer researcher at Penn Medicine just two days after graduation. Adler awaits his upcoming matriculation to the University of Rochester School of Medicine.

  • The biology and music double major begins her post-grad career as a Medical Career Design Fellow in the orthopaedic department at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

  • The economics major and Spanish minor joined Bain & Company as a management consultant this fall.

  • The sociology major and child and family studies minor is studying to become a nurse practitioner at Columbia University.

  • The psychology major and neuroscience minor now works as a Research Assistant at the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Bioethics (MBE), with plans to attend medical school.

  • The neuroscience major and psychology minor is completing Post-Baccalaureate Intramural Research Training at the National Institute of Mental Health.

  • In her thesis, the East Asian Languages and Cultures (EALC) major, studied the relationship between humans and animals in ancient Chinese dynasties to better understand contemporary animal welfare.

  • Page’s thesis research was rooted in the fields of sports economics and discrimination research, an area that has received research attention mainly in basketball, baseball and football.

  • The history major has set his sights on a career as a business analyst at McKinsey & Company, and beyond.