Class of 2012 Language Graduates

Successes demonstrate that language studies are highly marketable | May 22, 2012

 

The Department of Modern Languages congratulates the following members of the Class of 2012 who completed majors or minors in French, German, Spanish, or Latin American Studies. Whether these students are pursuing graduate study, volunteer work, or starting careers, their studies in language and culture equip them for success long after graduation.

 

Hanna Baker has accepted a position with Teach for America and will teach Spanish in a Charlotte, NC high school.
 
Katrina Bauman has accepted a position as a third grade teacher at Robert Frost Elementary School in Westerville, OH.
 
Tim Bennett will study at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
 
Andrew Boisvert has begun study in the Xavier University Masters of Education program to obtain licensure to teach French.
 
Richard Canelas will study in the Xavier University MBA program.
 
Cara Dlugosz is moving to Raleigh, NC, where she is interviewing for nursing positions.
 
Chelsea Fingerhut has accepted a position in Supply Chain Management Training with Nestlé and will work in Davenport, IA.
 
Emily Gilbride has accepted a position with Teach for America, and will teach in a public school in Covington, KY.
 
Ryan Goellner will study at the University of  Cincinnati College of Law.
 
Ian Heflin has accepted a position on the Latin American team of VEGA Americas, a Cincinnati-based manufacturer of products for the measurement of level, density, weight, and pressure.
 
Alyssa Janicki will join the Jesuit Volunteer Corp for one year and will work with people with disabilities in a disadvantaged neighborhood in Chicago, IL.
 
Meredith Kremer has accepted a position as Audit Associate with KPMG.
 
Shannon McLoughlin has accepted a postion as Surgical ICU Nurse at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.
 
Liza Magley will study at the Georgetown University Law Center.
 
Britt Nygaard has been accepted into the Spanish Ministry of Education Language Assistant Program and will work in a bilingual school in Spain during the 2012-13 academic year.
 
John Spellman will work as a summer intern in the Chicago office of Senator Dick Durbin. In the fall, he will study at the American University Washington College of Law.
 
Samantha Steinfeld has accepted a position in City Year, an Americorps program, and will work as a mentor in a Cleveland public school for the next year.
 
Morgan Triona has accepted a position as Hospitality Projects Analyst with Standard Textile, a global provider of textiles and uniforms headquartered in Cincinnati.