Daniel Castaldy '12 has taken a position as an editorial assistant at EBSCO Publishing. EBSCO is the leading provider of online research databases and eBooks for colleges and universities, public libraries, hospitals and medical institutions, corporations, government institutions, and K-12 schools. EBSCO offers more than 375 research databases including Academic SearchTM Complete, Business SourceR Complete, Business Book SummariesR, Nursing Reference Center TM, and DynaMedTM.
Joey Gould '07 published two poems, "Dear Postmodern Slinky" & "It's tax time & my head hurts," in the premiere issue of Paper Nautilus. Joey is currently a writing tutor at CASA.
Stephanie Grace '12 has accepted a Graduate Student appointment with a Teaching Assistantship in the English Department M.A. program at Clark University. As a Teaching Assistant, Stephanie will receive a scholarship and a stipend, enroll in courses on Pedagogy, and assist her mentors in the teaching of undergraduate courses.
Paul Hughes '07 is enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Physics at Columbia University. He returned to campus for the English Department alumni reception on May 19.
Meaghan Kelly '12 has accepted a graduate teaching assistantship in the Masters in Literature program at the University of Kansas. As a Teaching Assistant, Meaghan will receive tuition remission and a stipend.
Yutaka Kubo '09 has been accepted to the graduate program in the Department of Human and Environmental Studies at Kyoto University. The program includes classes in art, literature, language, science, gender, cultural studies, and film studies. Yutaka's advisor will be one of the leading film studies scholars in Japan.