After Lewis & Clark

In addition to receiving Fulbright and other grants to teach English or do research in French-speaking countries, our students go on to thrive in a wide variety of careers and higher educational paths. Some recent graduates include:

  • Elisabeth Miller ’20, 2022 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellow at the U.S. Department of State
  • Alaina King ’19, international program coordinator at Global Ties Sacramento
  • Mila Wolpert ’19, Fulbright student research award to explore the Rothschild period of the U.S. Ambassador’s residence to France in Paris
  • Silas Hassrick ’19, master’s candidate in teaching at the University of Oregon
  • Melissa Rogers ’17, PhD candidate in English at the USC
  • Sarah Le Pichon ’13, PhD candidate in French and Italian at the University of Texas-Austin
  • McKenzie Phelan ’13, global food strategy manager at Airbnb
  • Claire Wasserman ’12, PhD candidate in the International Educational Development Program, Graduate School of Education, University of PA
  • Megan Coggeshall ’12, JD candidate at the University of Chicago Law School
  • Liz Sinclair ’11, student advisor at the International Student Exchange Program
  • Emily Hellmich ’08, assistant professor of French and second language acquisition in the College of Humanities: French and Italian at the University of Arizona

Calling all French studies alumni! What have you been up to since graduation? Start an interesting job? Discover a hidden talent? Used your liberal arts experience and degree to better the world? Adopt a cat? We’d love to know!