1) Laura S. graduated from University of Virginia in 2007 with high distinction in psychology. She then worked for two years at the University of Pennsylvania doing research on addiction treatment. This fall, she started a Ph.D. program in clinical psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia to study anxiety.
2) Lucy S. graduated in May 2009 from Yale, where she played rugby and double majored in economics and East Asian studies. She studied Chinese for four years, including a summer spent on a fellowship at Harvard-Beijing Academy in Beijing. At Yale, she won the prize for the best senior paper in East Asian Studies. Over summers and during the school year, she worked in New Haven at Yale’s Center for Environmental Law and Policy, analyzing China’s progress on various environmental fronts. She just moved to Boston and is working in Cambridge for a consulting company that does research for the EPA.
3) Nell S. is currently a junior at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in economics and spending the fall semester in Cape Town, South Africa. She has also visited Swaziland and Mozambique. Last year, she spent the summer at a Penn language program in Buenos Aires.
[Laura attended CS for six years (Seminar class of 1998), Lucy for seven years, and Nell for five years before their family moved out of the Roanoke area. Their parents, Mariana and Alan, currently reside in Philadelphia.]