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Achievements

David Hershberg ('05) finished his Peace Corps assignment in Costa Rica and will begin the prestigious program at Brandeis University School of Sustainable International Development.

Jayna Jenson was accepted into the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso. She was granted both the Benjamin Gilman Scholarship and the IFSA Louisiana scholarship to pay for the trip and program!

Hiram Mechling (Pre-Engineering '04) was nominated to attend the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen in December 2009.

Thomas Reding, '04 alumnus of the Pre-Engineering program, got a M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Manhattan College.

Melissa Smith, a New Orleans-based archivist, historian, and sportswriter, runs a blog www.chicksinthehuddle.com that was recently picked up as a regular feature for the Huffington Post.

Justin Nystrom, visiting assistant professor of history, produced documentaries with his first year students.

Mathematics graduate awarded teaching assistantship.

Professor Michael Kelly was invited to speak at an international research conference held in Maresias, Brasil, October 19-22, 2009.

Vesna Milojevic was chosen to act as an ambassador of German-US relations by the German Academic Exchange Service

Katherine Karcher received the Domengeaux Scholarship from La Foundation Lousiane and CODOFIL.

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