Our Alumni

Find our what the College's anthropology and sociology alumni are doing. Alumni are encouraged to contribute news of their activities and/or photos with captions to Professor Kathy Seibold at [email protected] and she will post it for you.

Baylee Critchlow '16 is working toward a degree in the Master of Social Work program at Northwestern Nazarene University.

Allison Griffiths '16 works at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) through the Americorps Refugeecorps program. The IRC is one of the world's largest refugee resettlement nonprofit organizations.

Sarah Litman '16 is pursuing a Master's degree in Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Patrick Mallory '16 works with children with disabilities at Community Partnerships of Idaho, while pursuing a Master's degree in Early and Special Education at Boise State University.

Nicole Mohr '16 is working toward her MA in Counseling at Northwestern Nazarene University.

Madison Crookham ’14 will begin work on her Masters of Social Work (MSW) at Boise State University starting fall 14.

Katie Grohs ’14 will begin the MA program in ethnomusicology at Cardiff University School of Music, Wales starting fall 14.

Nikki Herrera ’14 will be teaching primary school at the International Schools of Choueifat, Middle East before going on to graduate school.

Elizabeth Myers ’14 will begin the MA program in archaeology/bioanthropology at Boise State University starting fall 14.  Elizabeth wants to then pursue a Ph.D. in osteology to work on human skeletal remains at archaeological digs. 

Maggie Torrey ’14 will be working full-time for the ARC of Orange County in Chapel Hill, NC after graduation.  She will be providing direct support for individuals with developmental disabilities. Her plan is to attend graduate school.

Jessica Ayala ’13 has taken a position as a psychosocial rehabilitation practitioner in which she will promote recovery, community integration, and improved quality of life for people with psychiatric disabilities with Community Outreach Counseling. 

Lindsey Beltz ’13 begins Sociology Ph.D program at Washington State University with a full scholarship.  Specializing in Crime and Deviance, Status and Mobility, and Statistics Research Methods.  

Iris Cvijanovic ’13 is interested in studying culinary anthropology in Europe.  First she will work for a year in Seattle, Washington.  She was also offered a scholarship at a university in London and a job offer to teach anthropology at the program that our Davis Scholars came from in Bosnia. 

Amalka Jayasundera ’13 will work for a year in Boise as a Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Specialist specializing as Children’s Case Manager.  She will apply for grad school in December for an MA in Psychology. 

Kali Reider ’13 will enter Fuller Seminary School this fall to study to become a hospital chaplain.

Luis Reyes ’13 will begin a Master’s program in Latin American Studies/Social Sciences Research this fall at CEDLA, the Center of Research and Investigation of Latin America, the University of Amsterdam. 

Katy Stewart ’13 will be working with the Boise Refugee Center, teaching Culinary Arts, grants writing and helping in their gardens. 

Tamara Wheeler ’13 has taken a position as the Administrator/Grants Writer/Program Coordinator at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Fe, NM.  The offer was made as a result of an summer internship after her junior year. 

Bex Goodwin ’10 will begin medical school fall ‘13 at the University of Washington School of Medicine intending to specialize in international medicine.