Students

 

Congratulations to our 2020 Graduates

 


Abena Ampofo
Africana Studies & Psychology

My plans after graduation: "I have decided to pursue a Masters degree in Human Security with a focus on gender equality and refugee relations."

Emily Arthur
Africana Studies & Biological Sciences

My plans after graduation: "I plan on obtaining Masters degree in Public Health concentrating in Epidemiology, and eventually attend Medical School." 



 

Dara Broadnax
Africana Studies & Communications and Rhetoric

My plans after graduation: "I will be attending law school in the fall. My intended area of study is Intellectual Property law in hopes of working in the field of  Performing Arts law. I also hope to get involved in campus ministry."

Diamond Buadu
Africana Studies & Anthropology

My plans after graduation: "I will be attending law school in the next year. My intended area of  study in Intellectual Property law. American University, Howard University, New York University, and the University of  Pennsylvania are my top choices." 

Jonathan Engel
Africana Studies & Computer Science

My plans after graduation: "I have spent the past year doing freelance work for arts organizations around Pittsburgh and intend to pursue that further after graduation. Over the next summer, I will be applying to graduate schools in the fields of  digital art history and art philosophy."

Adwoa Imbeah
Africana Studies & Psychology

My plans after graduation: "I'm planning on studying at the University of Ghana on the Boren Scholarship to learn Twi for a year."

Marcus Jones
Africana Studies & Urban Studies

My plans after graduation: "In the fall, I will be entering the University of  Maryland as a JD-MPH dual degree candidate in pursuit of  an MPH with a concentration in Community and Population Health and the Health Law program at Maryland Carey Law."

  Jariatu Kamara
Africana Studies

Daphny Milord
Africana Studies

My plans after graduation: "I will be attending graduate school or doing a post-baccin Medical Sciences in the hopes of  matriculation to medical school in the fall of  2021. I majored in Africana Studies because I want to make a difference in closing the health disparity gap and be a better doctor for the Black community."

Evelyn Okorie
Africana Studies & Natural Sciences (completed requirements for Africana Studies major)

My plans after graduation: "I plan to obtain a Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences. Upon completion, I will matriculate into medical school, with the goal of  becoming an OB/GYN. While doing so, I will continue to be active in the Student National Medical Association, with a focus on community service."

Kelechi Onwuka
Africana Studies & Biological Sciences 

My plans after graduation: "I plan to take a gap year and study for the MCAT and shadow doctors, volunteer at food pantries and help organizations that work in lower income communities. I want to use my experience  in computer programming to work on my music career as a sound engineer, producer, and artist. Ultimately, I want to use my degrees in Africana Studies and Biology to focus on health related disparities facing the black community."

  Seraphina Parker
Africana Studies & Applied Developmental Psychology (completed requirements for Africana Studies major)

Dacia Scott
Africana Studies & Chemistry

My plans after graduation: "I plan to work in environmental sciences and continue my experience  in chemistry and environmental justice for underserved marginalized communities. This is all in hopes of  getting a Masters and keep advancing our communities with the most modern renewable and clean resources that chemistry is developing."

Krystal Waller
Africana Studies

My plans after graduation: "I intend to take a little bit of  time off  to study for the GRE while auditioning for local theatre companies and boosting my performance resume. I will then apply to grad school towards the end of  the year for the 2021-2022  school year to pursue a MFA."

Dante Watson
Africana Studies & Communications

My plans after graduation: "I plan to go to grad school at Pitt and work full time. I will still finishing my last year of  track here."   

Alexandra Wilkinson
Africana Studies & Communications

My plans after graduation: "I will be working full-time at Northwestern Mutual as a financial representative  in the Downtown Pittsburgh office. I am excited to continue to build my financial planning practice that I began this spring as an intern, and begin studying for my SIE Investment Licensing Exam. I look forward to continue exploring Pittsburgh and visiting my family in the DC area whenever I can."