After Graduation

Our majors have gone on to prestigious graduate schools, professional schools, and high-paying corporate jobs in a wide range of fields:

  • Lee Davis '13 is working at J.P. Morgan Chase in Manhattan
  • Alicia Bargar '13 is in the Ph.D. program in Computer Science at Georgia Tech
  • Paul Nguyen '13 is in the Ph.D. program in Computer Science at the University of Virginia
  • Shannon McGovern '13 is in law school at Catholic University
  • Camille Cobb '12 is in the PhD program in Computer Science at the University of Washington.
  • Andrew Bennett '12 is a network engineer at AT&T in San Francisco.
  • Joey Brown '12 is working at Synchron Technology in Memphis
  • David Margolies '12 is a consultant at IBM Global Business Services in Chicago.
  • Lucy Simko '11 is working as a Computer Scientist in the U.S. Department of Defense.
  • Will Richardson '11 is working toward an MsC in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Georgia.
  • Samuel Reed '10 is the Chief Technical Officer at the Hong Kong branch of an international software company.
  • Daniel Thornton '10 has worked as a technology consultant / software engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton, and is now a J.D. candidate at University of Virginia School of Law.
  • Alex Jackson '09 is in the graduate program in Computer Science at UNC Chapel Hill.
  • Mariya Miteva '09 is working for the Finnish company Comptel, supporting software for telecommunications around the world.
  • Larry Clark '08 is a Software Engineer at Raytheon and also enrolled part-time in a Masters of Systems Engineering program at George Washington University.
  • Jasmine Randolph '07 is a Senior Software Engineer at Raytheon
  • David Klinger '06 is a Software Engineer at Lockheed Martin.
  • Derek Colla '05 earned his JD from Harvard Law School and is now an associate in the Business Group at Cooley Godward Kronish LLP. Derek specializes in representing start-up companies in formation, private financings, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings.
  • Peter Djalaliev '05 is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at the University of Pittsburgh. He is completing a dissertation on "Mitigating Botnet-based DDoS Attacks against Web Servers".
  • Matt Nelson '04 has worked as a Computer Scientist for the Army Research Laboratory (a division of the DOD), as a Software Developer for the project management company Metier and, for the past three years, as a Software Developer and Consultant for Applied Information Sciences in the Washington, DC area.
  • Adam Overholtzer '04 earned his Master's degree in Human/Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon and is working as an interaction designer at the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International.