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Women's and Gender Studies

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Current Students in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program

SydneyName: Sydney Cheuvront

Year: Senior

Major: Communications - Journalism

Minors: Women's and Gender Studies
DriskellName: Shannon Driskell

Year: Senior

Major: Non-Profit

Minors: Women's and Gender Studies
Joyce3Name: Jessica Joyce

Year: Senior

Major: English Literature

Minors: Spanish, Women's and Gender Studies
MaldonadoName: Melanie Maldonado

Year: Senior

Major: Psychology

Minors: Women's and Gender Studies
PageName: Nia Page

Year: Senior

Major: Psychology

Minors: Women's and Gender Studies
12316198_1089285584445901_5328686236183563958_nName: Samantha Rodriquez

Year: Senior

Major: English Literature

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Lauren Xu

Year: Senior

Major: Psychology

Minor: Chinese, Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Devon Cosgrove

Year: Senior

Major: English Writing

Minor: Communication, Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Olivia Navarro

Year: Senior

Major: Non-profit

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Sarah Poiani

Year: Junior

Major: Mathematics

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name : Casey Tyndall

Year: Junior

Major: Communications and Event Management

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Natalee Laasch

Year: Junior

Major: Biology (Pre-Med) and Philosophy

Minors: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Maddie Norton

Year: Junior

Major: Communication, Journalism

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Briana Smalley

Year: Sophomore

Major: Criminal Justice

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies and Civic Engagement and Social Innovation
Name: Juliana Valencia

Year: Sophomore

Major: International Relations, Political Science

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Megan Mills

Year: Sophomore

Major: Religion, Pre-Med

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Alexandra Quirke

Year: Sophomore

Major: Psychology

Minor: Criminal Justice, Women's and Gender Studies
Name: Elaine McClain-Rowe

Year: First Year

Major: Women's and Gender Studies

Minor: Philosophy
Caitlin Ballard

Year: Freshman

Major: Communication, Journalism

Minor: Women's and Gender Studies

 

Previous Graduates of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program

Grace Beal, Elizabeth Ellis-Beasley, Sarah Voigt, Molly Meyers, Emma Cantanese, Katie Pierini, Stacy Sampson, Heather Sims, Nicole Forman, Emalie Ashe, Charlotte Burton, Amanda Goodwin, Olivia Nevarro

Ashlee (Tree) Branch – Operations Analyst and Head of Student Accounts at Mirasee

Tina Burchette – Communications Specialist for the Environmental Protection Agency at ORAM

Sam Kizer – Graduate of the Minnesota State University at Mankato with MA in Gender and Women’s Studies

Sarah Robinette – First Grade Teacher at Guilford County Schools

Carly Delengowski – On-Air Personality at the CW22, Raleigh, NC

Jenna Rosenbloom – Americorps VISTA representative at High Point University

Marissa Brauer – Teacher Counselor at Youth Villages

Shannon Curley – Boys Brand Writer at Hasboro, ESL Instructor at Roosevelt International Academy

Johnathan Grimmel – Director of Field Operations at Chrys Kefalas for U.S. Senate

Mary Kyner – Graduate Student at Princeton University

Erick Lauck – Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation

Alexis Koperna – Associate Recruiter, Barton Associates Inc.

Hannah Sudbey – Technical Recruiter, The Select Group

Alexandra Love – Real Estate Broker, MECA Real Estate Services LLC.

Zoe Garber – Minority Fellowship Coordinator, American Psychological Association; Graduate student at GWU

 

 

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

The High Point Admissions Office is Located in Wrenn Hall.

Tours are available 7 days a week. Please contact us to schedule your visit.
(800) 345-6993
(336) 841-9216
(336) 888-6382 (fax)
admiss@highpoint.edu

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