Eileen Gallagher (2013, B.A., Politics, minor in Family & Society) was selected for the highly competitive national service program Teach for America, which admits “people whose unique strengths convince us that they have what it takes to lead students to significant academic success”. Eileen currently serves as Science and Math teacher at Gilbert Stuart Middle School in Providence, RI, through Teach for America. Eileen was voted by her classmates to receive the John Paul II Award, and was one of five finalists for the President’s Award in 2013.
Julia Sadusky (2013, B.A., Psychology, minor in Family & Society) currently works as the Behavioral Health Technician at the David Lawrence Center, Crossroads Residential Chemical Dependency Treatment Program in Naples, Florida. Julia was chosen by the Department of Psychology to receive the 2013 Departmental Psychology Award. She was voted by her classmates to receive the St. Thomas Aquinas Award for Balance and Eutrapalia, and was the recipient of the Ave Maria Tennis Coach's Award and Ave Maria Tennis Leadership Award.
Bridget Littleton (2013, B.A., Politics, minor in Family & Society) was invited to spend a post-baccalaureate year at our very own full blown research institute, the Stein Center for Social Research. Bridget was one of five finalists for the President’s Award in 2013.
Adrienne McClellan (2013, B.A., Politics, minor in Literature) currently works on Capitol Hill as a U.S. Congressional staff member.
Mary Hardy (2013, B.A., Literature) is a masters student at the University of Edinburgh’s program in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, a one year, interdisciplinary introduction to the world of Renaissance studies. Mary was awarded The Edinburgh Global Master's Scholarship from the university and The Scotland Saltire Scholarship from the Scottish Government. Mary graduated Summa cum Laude.