Asian Studies celebrates the graduations of eleven of its Masters students this year
Posted: May 18, 2006
Stephen Brown -- Steve will continue post-graduate studies for the Religious Studies graduate portfolio program. Next year, he plans to apply to Ph.D. programs.
Jyothsna Buddharajau -- Jyothsna has accepted a position with the New York state government and will soon locate to Albany.
Cary Curtiss -- Cary will join the Asian Cultures and Languages Ph.D. program where she will continue her studies of Tamil and South Indian history.
Torii Harper -- Torii will join the Asian Cultures and Languages Ph.D. program where she will continue her work in Japanese popular culture.
Ann Kolbeck -- Ann will join the Asian Cultures and Languages Ph.D. program where she will continue her work in Hindi and gender studies.
Kar Lau -- Kar has accepted an Analyst position with Science Applications International Corporation in McLean, VA.
Shaun Marx -- Shaun is working his way to Japan.
Major Mark Pralat -- Mark will serve in the American Embassy in New Delphi, India, in the Office of Defense Cooperation in order to coordinate equipment transfers between US and Indian armies.
Suzanne Schulz -- Suzanne has been accepted to RTF's Media Studies Ph.D. program where she will continue her work in Indian cinema, and to the American Institute for Indian Studies (AIIS) yearlong program in Urdu. She will begin both programs this fall. p>
Huang-lan Su -- Huang- lan has been accepted to University of Wisconsin at Madison's East Asian Languages and Literature Ph.D. program where she will continue her studies in Chinese literature and film.
Allen Weeks -- Allen says he will continue to work for Community New Start, a community development non-profit in Austin, and may pursue Ph.D. after a year out of school playing with the kids and enjoying family life.
Congratulations to our Masters graduates!!!!