Academics

After Guilford

Mandy Satterfield ’12, graduate with a major in accounting, is working as an accounts payroll manager at H.M. Kern.

Lucas Prillaman '16, graduate with a major in accounting and a minor in economics, has been admitted to the Master of Science in Accountancy program at Wake Forest University School of Business.

Rebekah Burlason ’12, graduate with a double-major in forensic biology and criminal justice, and a minor in psychology, is a crime scene technician with the High Point Police Department in High Point, N.C.

Khadija Carr '15, graduate with a major in forensic biology and minors in community studies and integrated science, is an AmeriCorps member with Service Works D.C.

Sara Waitsman ’11, graduate with a double-major in health sciences and psychology, was admitted into a graduate program in physical therapy at Duke University. 

Emily Ferris '10, graduate with a double-major in health sciences and French and a minor in English-writing, earned a teaching fellowship sponsored by the French Ministry of Education in Besançon, France. The program works to improve English-language education in France and to encourage the French/American cultural exchanges. Emily also published a poem "Saturday, November 3rd" in Prick of the Spindle, Vol. 3.2. She also published a poem “Philadelphia Calls Seattle and Forgets to Listen” in Paradigm’s Mitchell Issue.

Damlan Morden-Snipper ’12, graduate with a major in psychology, is pursuing an internship with Friends Committee on National Legislation.

Joy Herrera ’10, graduate with a major in psychology, is a social clinical research specialist at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.