More than 85% of graduates who have applied to graduate schools in the past five years have been accept with full funding.
All graduates in the past five years who sought professional positions related to their degrees were hired within weeks of graduation.
Elly Engle ’12 is attending graduate school at Penn State in the rural sociology department. According to Elly, “I’m studying local food systems and the impact of natural gas drilling on rural communities.”
Thomas Evans '08 is currently pursuing his master's degree at the Ohio State University following work as a Fisheries Observer in Dutch Harbor, Alaska.
Jason Fischel ’10, who is currently pursuing his doctorate at the University of Delaware, was awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship in April 2012.
Hannah Frank '11 is attending the University of Pennsylvania's College of Veterinary Medicine. Hannah says, "Juniata has allowed me to reach this goal by preparing me to succeed both academically and in other areas. I feel that I am equipped with the correct study habits and attitude toward learning."
Carlee Hashagen '08 is employed as a Project Manager for The Stone House Group, a consulting firm in Bethlehem, Pa. She credits her internship with RayCEP, arranged by Juniata Vice President Rob Yelnosky, as the springboard to her post-graduate success. She also cites the course Introduction to Earth and Environmental Science as having helped her truly understand greenhouse gases, an integral piece of her current job duties.
Marcin Jaroszewicz ’12 is employed as an organizer at U.S. PIRG—the federation of state Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs), which “works to stand up to powerful special interests on behalf of the American public.
Ellie King ’12 is currently attending graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh. Her main research focus is international development.
Colleen Metzger '09 is pursuing her master's degree in biology at the University of Cincinnati. Her research focus is cross-temporal genetic change in Darwin's Tree Finches. She cites study abroad experiences in Ecuador and India and independent research with Juniata professor Doug Glazier as the keys to her success in graduate school thusfar.
Joel N. Meyer ’92, an assistant professor of environmental toxicology at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, has received the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences’ Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award. Joel earned a doctorate in environmental toxicology from Duke in 2003. While at Juniata, he designed a POE in both environmental studies and peace and conflict studies.
Elizabeth “Libby” Morrison ’12 is currently attending Oregon State University, where her graduate studies focus on water resources.Lisa Prince ’10 is currently serving the Leading Creek Watershed in Meigs County, Ohio, as an Americorps worker. While at Juniata, Lisa was a Science Olympiad Leader for Pennsylvania’s state competition.
Matthew Wagner '10 is currently enrolled in a master's program at Austin Peay State University in the Center for Excellence in Field Biology. Matthew explains, "I am working on fish speciation in a group of very colorful freshwater fish called darters. Juniata's level of education and class intensity prepared me for graduate school almost too well. I now have only two classes and it seems easy because I was so challenged at Juniata with four classes per semester and cross country."
Arielle Webster ’12 is currently employed as an educator at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel in Philadelphia, Penn.