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Michael Stoff, Director 305 East 23rd St, CLA 2.102, (G3600) Austin, TX 78712-1250 • 512-471-1442

2009 Graduates

December 08 & May 09 Graduates

(129 reporting; 115 Spring ’09 only)

National Averages:        Plan II Averages:

GRE      1049                  GRE     1427 (1600)

MCAT   25.1                    MCAT     32.5   (45)

31 (avg MCAT UT app accepted Med School, 07 self-reported)
30.8 (avg of US app accepted Med School, 01 HPO data)

LSAT     150                      LSAT    168.7 

GMAT 533                            GMAT 736 (800)



Law Schools (13):

Harvard (Tau Beta Pi Fellowship); 


The Ohio State University;


Stanford;


Duke (Dean’s Scholarship);


UT Austin (Townes Hall Scholarship, full tuition);


Southern Methodist University;


New York University;


The George Washington University


Also Accepted to: 
Columbia; University of Pennsylvania; University of 
Virginia; Baylor; University of Houston; Berkeley; 
University of Chicago; University of Michigan; Georgetown; UCLA; USC; Vanderbilt; Georgetown University; George Washington University; University of California - Los Angeles; Tulane University; University of San Diego; Louisiana State University; American University; University of Houston; Cornell; Washington at St. Louis; George Mason; Washington and Lee; William and Mary Law; Emory University Law


 

Medical Schools (23)

Johns Hopkins (NIH-Funded Study Program);

Texas Tech Foster School of Medicine (two full tuition scholarships); 


Baylor College of Medicine (full tuition scholarship);

UT Health Science Center at San Antonio; 


Texas A&M; 


UT Houston; 


UT Southwestern Medical School at Dallas; 


Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine;

Virginia Commonwealth University


Also Accepted to: 
University of North Dakota; UT Southwestern; UT Galveston; Rice; Stanford School of Medicine; 
Colorado State University; University of Virginia


 

Graduate Schools (20):

MIT (Technology and Policy – NSF Fellowship); 


UT Austin (Social Work, Accounting,Musicology, Biology, Accounting/Taxation);


Balliol College,University of Oxford (Ancient Philosophy – Marshall Scholarship);  


The University of Oxford (Linguistics);


California Institute of Technology (Biology - Biology 
Division Fellowship); 


Humboldt University, Berlin (International politics); 


University of Houston (Education); 


University of North Carolina (Biology); 


University of California Berkeley (Biochemistry, Civil 
Engineering, Public Policy);


University of Minnesota (Social Psychology – Fellowship);

Boston Teacher Residency Program; 


University of Pennsylvania (South Asian Studies – 
Fellowship);


University of Alexandria (Arabic – Fellowship); 


Texas State (Geography/Conservation);


Stanford (Engineering)

Also Accepted to:  
Georgetown University; Columbia, UCSD, Sloane-Kettering, Weill Cornell Medical School; Washington University in St. Louis; Northwestern University; 
Indiana University; University of Cincinnati; 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 
University of Michigan; University of Colorado – Boulder; Harvard; MIT; Cal Tech; UCSF; Scripps 
Research; Cornell; Carnegie Mellon; LBJ School of Public Policy; Babson


 

Distinctions:

Phi Beta Kappa:  54
Mortar Board:  7
Beta Gamma Sigma:  6
Phi Kappa Phi:  29
Dean’s Distinguished Graduate:   5
Alpha Lambda Delta:  15
Eta Sigma Phi:  1
Orange Jackets:  1
Tau Beta Phi:  2
Gamma Beta Phi:  1
Beta Beta Beta:  1
Beta Mu Epsilon:  1
Marshall Scholarship:  1
Beinecke Scholarship: 1


 

Representative Careers:
Teach for America (8)  

Peace Corps

US Marine Corp      

AmeriCorps

US Army:  Quartermaster Officer

Deloitte Tax LLP:  International Tax Associate (2)

Bain & Company:  Associate Consultant

Texas Legislative Council:  Proofreader

Deloitte Consulting:  Business Analyst (3)

General Electric:  Financial Analyst

JC Penney:  Merchandise Trainee

ConocoPhillips:  Project Engineer

Bananarchy:  Co-Owner

ExxonMobile Development:  Subsea Engineer

Citigroup:  Energy Trading Analyst

Accenture:  Analyst    Jeffries Group:  Analyst

Morgan Stanley:   Analyst    Austin Ventures:  Analyst

Frito Lay:  Financial Analyst

Simmons & Company International: Investment Banker

The Wesley Ctr for Family& Neighborhood Development

Barclays Capital:  Investment Banker

Teaching English in Korea

Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Laboratory at Stanford



Internships:

Higher Media: Research Intern
Deloitte Tax LLP: International tax intern
JP Morgan: Investment banking intern
KPMG LLIP: Advisory work
Enspire Learning: Executive Challenge Intern
UT Office of Technology Commercialization
Latin American Newsletters, London, UK.
Oak Hill Gazette and Downtown Planet.
Texas Sate Capitol – Office of Representative Lon Burnam
Harry Ransom Center at UT Austin
Fort Worth ISD Administration
Goldman Sachs: Investment banking intern
Travis Middle School: Student Teacher
North Dakota State University Center for Protease Research
TechTurn, Inc.: Marketing Intern
Eastside Community Connection: Volunteer Coordinator
Superior Renewable Energy; Houston, TX
Texas State Capitol – Office of Senator Eliot Shapleigh
Study Programs International: Marketing Intern
Ad Cetera: Marketing Intern
Dr. Donald Ward: Medical Assistant
ConocoPhillips: Engineering Intern
Environmental Protection Agency Region 6
Nike: Marketing Intern
ExxonMobile: Engineering Intern
Vinson & Elkins LLP
Heart House After School Program
Texas Monthly Magazine
Baylor College of Medicine: Research
Pharos Capital Group: Financial Analyst
Westwood High School: Student Teaching
Make-a-Wish Foundation
Altabank in Moscow, Russia
Breakthrough Collaborative


 

Participated in a Study Abroad Program

73 (61%) of reporting Graduates  

08/09 Study Abroad Host Countries

                                                    
Argentina      Guatemala    Scotland
Australia        India             South Africa
China             Ireland          South Korea
Costa Rica     Italy              Spain
Czech Republic    Kenya    Taiwan
Denmark         Mexico         Uganda
England          Morocco       Vietnam
France            New Zealand   
Germany        Rwanda   

 


       
Double Majors

Liberal Arts Double Majors (Bachelor of Arts; Plan II Honors + 2nd major)
American Studies:  1            Government:  7
Arabic:  1                              History:  7
Classical Civilization:  2        Linguistics:  2
Economics:  6                       Philosophy:  4
English:  6                             Psychology:  5
French:  1                             Russian:  1
Geography:  1                       Spanish:  4

Triple Majors

American Studies & History              English & Spanish
Anthropology & English                     History & Spanish
Classical Civilization & Philosophy    Economics & Government: 2

Dual Degrees

Business (Bachelor of Business Administration + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)
Accounting:  1        Business Honors:  9
Finance:  4             International Business:  2
Marketing:  1         Management Information Systems: 1
Business (Bachelor of Business Administration + Masters in Professional Accounting + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)  MPA Program:  1

Engineering (Bachelor of Science + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)
Aerospace: 1         Biomedical: 2    Chemical: 2
Civil: 1                   Electrical: 1       Mechanical: 2

Natural Sciences (Bachelor of Science + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)
Biochemistry:  3             Biology:  9
Computer Science:  1    Mathematics:  3   

Fine Arts (Students seeking a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts are considered dual degree seeking students and will receive two diplomas since the Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts is awarded for a specific major.)
Art:  1             Music: 3        Theater: 1

Communication (Bachelor of Science + Bachelor of Arts)
Journalism:  1

Social Work  (Bachelor of Social Work+ Bachelor of Arts)
Social Work:  1

Dual Degrees w/ 3 majors

Business (Bachelor of Business Administration + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)

Business Honors & Economics  + Plan II     

Business Honors & Finance + Plan II: 3

Natural Sciences (Bachelor of Science + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)

Economics & Mathematics  + Plan II     

 

Dual Degrees w/ 4 majors

Business (Bachelor of Business Administration + Bachelor of Arts, Plan II)

Business Honors, Finance & History + Plan II


Business Honors, International Business & History + Plan II

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