Class of 2013
Jill Novak (AMST-EDUCATION) is pursing a M.A. in Special Education at Vanderbilt University.
Emma Brown (AMST-EDUCATION) is pursing a M.A. in Education and certification as a Reading Specialist at La Salle University.
Peter Frein (AMST-PSYCHOLOGY) is pursuing a M.S. in School Counseling at the University of Scranton.
Class of 2012
Mary Kathleen Gillespie (AMST) began Temple University School of Law in September, 2012.
Class of 2011
Samantha Dutkus (AMST-HISTORY) currently teaches English at Asa High School in Japan.
Lauren Jackson (AMST-History) began a M.A. in Communication Studies at West Chester University in September 2013.
Todd Kemper (AMST) began a M.A. in Sociology and Social Anthropology at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, in September 2011.
Christopher Lucarini (AMST-EDUCATION) is teaching special education and mathematics at the Bucks County Technical High School, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Chris is also pursuing a M.A. in Education at Holy Family University.
Katherine Reardon (AMST) graduated from the Police Academy in December, 2011, and is now a sheriff in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Class of 2010
Andrew Wagoner (AMST) completed a M.A. in Urban Planning and Policy at Tufts University. In the 2012 fall term, he began a Ph.D. in Applied Child Development, also at Tufts.
Class of 2009
Katherine Cooper (AMST-EDUCATION) is a special education teacher at William Penn Middle School in the Pennsbury School District, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. In May, 2012, she completed her M.Ed. from Holy Family University with a Reading Specialist Certificate.
Class of 2008
Megan McGee (AMST) completed a M.A. in American Studies at Penn State University, Harrisburg, in 2009 and retuned the next year to La Salle University as an adjunct instructor in American Studies and History. In 2011 she returned to Penn State and began a Ph.D. in American Studies. She is now working on her dissertation.
Jaclyn Keammerer (AMST-EDUCATION) is an emotional support teacher (Grades 9-12) at Ridley High School in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Jamie Peteraf (AMST-EDUCATION) is teaching Montessori education at Greene Towne School, 22nd & Arch Streets in Philadelphia. She is also pursuing a M.A. in English, with a concentration in American Studies, at La Salle University.
Class of 2007
Margaret Hardiman (AMST-EDUCATION) completed the Master of Science, with Merit, in the Theory and History of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science in London, England.
Maria Oberst (AMST-COMMUNICATION) is a development coordinator for the Multiple Sclerosis Society in Philadelphia. She helps plan Women Against MS events, the Leaders Circle Fundraising Campaign, and the MS Dinner of Champions. She is also pursuing an Event Leadership Executive Certificate at Temple University.
Class of 2006
Aaron Fraver (AMST) teaches special education and social studies at the Rush-Henrietta Senior High School in Rochester, NY. He is also the IEP case manager for selected students with disabilities. Aaron completed a M.S. in Special Education from St. John Fisher College, also in Rochester.
Bryan Gallagher (AMST-EDUCATION) teaches at the Collingswood Middle School in Collingswood, NJ. He teaches 6th-8th grade science, social studies, mathematics, and language arts in an emotional support classroom.
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