Category: After LU

Congratulations Lucy Pipkin, 2016, AmeriCorps City Year

Lucy Pipkin, 2016
Anthropology and Psychology
Corps member, AmeriCorps City Year, Milwaukee, WI
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“I’m excited to get to know students from all walks of life and work closely with a team of dedicated peers. I can’t wait to learn more about how to tutor, assist and lead after-school programs. Teachers and struggling students need more support all around, and I’m excited to learn how to help. This is an important first step towards my goal of teaching in the future.”
Lucy Pipkin

Congratulations Hallie Hillemann, 2016, Vanderbilt University

Hallie Hillemann, 2016
Psychology, Violin Performance
M.Ed. in Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis track, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
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“I’m looking forward to being part of a community of some of the most innovative scholar-practitioners in the field. Ultimately, I’d like to work clinically with developmentally disabled populations as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst or continue on to a Ph.D. program and pursue a career in research.”
Hallie Hillemann

Congratulations Katie Mueller, 2016, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Katie Mueller, 2016
Biology, Biochemistry, Voice Performance
Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
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“I am excited to start my Ph.D. in cellular and molecular biology, which will focus on regenerative medicine and gene therapy. I hope to combine a biological approach with biomedical engineering techniques, which I will use to develop clinical treatments for various genetic disorders.”
Katie Mueller

Congratulations Ariela Rosa, 2015, Lawrence University

Ariela Rosa, 2015
Assistant Director of Corporate, Foundation and Sponsored Research Support, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin
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“As an assistant director, I will find and secure funds that will benefit Lawrence and its students. I am most excited about the incredible learning opportunities coming my way. I’m also thrilled to start securing funds that will help improve Lawrence, go towards scholarships, and support new projects that would not happen otherwise.”
Ariela Rosa