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 firstname.lastname@example.org and she will post it for you.
Sidrah Bittner Khan ‘10 has begun the MA program in social work at New York University this fall 2011.
Michelle Cain ‘10 is enrolled in the MSW program at BSU.
Amy Condron ‘08 is currently working in the Governor's office as Special Assistant on Health and Human Services, working on policy in relation to Health and Human Services as well as constituent concerns. Amy initially served in the Governor's office as an intern as part of her Human Services Concentration for the A/S major.
Elizabeth DeVries ‘07 is enrolled in the masters program in Information Technology and Library Science this fall 2011 at the University of Arizona (Tucson).
Desiree (Dez) Fitzgerald ’05 has completed her degree in veterinary medicine and subsequent specialization and has returned to Boise to work in emergency veterinary medicine.
Kristen Freund ‘06 currently lives in Loveland, Colorado and works at McKee Medical Center as an Oncology Social Worker. She graduated from Boise State in May 2009 with her MSW and has been working in the healthcare field since then. She's planning on going back to school in fall 2012 for a Master's of Public Health with an emphasis on Healthcare Administration at the University of Colorado Denver.
Angie Gerrard ’00 completed two years in the Peace Corps in Bolivia, then the nursing program at the University of Portland and currently is employed as a nurse.
Rebecca ‘Bex’ Goodwin ‘10 worked 2010-11 as the Director of the Global Emergency Care Collaborative Health Clinic and Nursing Program in Kenya. She has returned to Boise to apply to medical school.
Scott Hutton ‘09 has continued working in the Emergency Department at Saint Alphonsus, while attending the University of Florida's online Master in Public Health program. In spring of 2011 he assisted in a very rural ER in Nyakibale, 9 hours outside of the capital city of Kampala, Uganda. In the fall of 2011 he began medical school in St. George's Grenada, where from August-December he will finish his MPH and start his Medical Degree in January of 2012, graduating in the dual MD/MPH program after 4 years.
Andrea Lindberg ’05 works for the Oregon Department of Commerce and Labor in Portland.
Katysn ‘Kate’ Moir ‘09 returned to England and works at Alton Towers Theme Park as she waits to be admitted to a midwifery program.
Amber Murrey-Ndewa ’08 is a candidate for a doctorate in geography and environment at the University of Oxford in England, focusing on human geography. During the three years of the program, she'll be a Clarendon Scholar, a fellowship given to 104 international students across the university.
Sarah Nash ’09 recently completed a master’s degree in applied historical research at Boise State University and published her thesis, a history of the first 100 years of Boise’s Women’s and Children’s Alliance.
Hailey Smith ’07 has recently returned from two years in the Peace Corps in Panama. She is currently applying to graduate school in international development.
Alli Straubhar ‘08 started in the University of Utah School of Medicine this fall 2011.
Andy Young ’00 completed his Library Science degree from the University of Maryland, worked at the Library of Congress, and currently works at the Department of Treasury Library.