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Caroline Read '12

Psychology and Religious Studies Double Major, French Minor

Psychology and religious studies double major discovers the meaning of solidarity in her involvement with the community

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Carol Reiley '04

Computer Engineering major

Computer engineering grad earns her Ph.D. specializing in surgical robots, a path she started on thanks to rare opportunities as an undergraduate.

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Jessica Reiner '13

Psychology major

Through the "Applied Ethics" Pathway, psychology major takes extra classes outside of her major to fulfill her personal academic interests

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Nick Schwanz '09

Marketing major

Leavey business school's excellent reputation attracts marketing graduate, and his years there were more than satisfactory.

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Melissa Segura '01

Spanish Studies major, Communication major

Small town communications and Spanish major proves she can make it big through many internships and helpful professors.

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Jeremy Solly '05

Psychology major, Spanish Studies major

For this double major, community engagement played a central role in his undergraduate experience at SCU.

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Megan Thompson '07

Psychology major

SCU's hands-on learning prepares alumna for the brain scans and neuropsychological experiments she does today.

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Joyce Viloria '03

Biology major

Evaluating DNA enzymes as an undergraduate research student drives alumna to success in graduate school.

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Heidi von der Mehden '97

Chemistry major

Alumna discovers the chemistry between creating computer monitors and making great-tasting wine.

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Catherine Waite '09

Business Management and Spanish Studies major

A business and Spanish double major finds how well these degrees complement each other in California, and abroad.