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

2003 Graduates

Plan II Honors Program Graduating Class of 2003

Plan II graduates' distinctions:

  • Phi Beta Kappa: 49
  • Marshall Scholar: 1
  • Mortar Board: 6
  • Mellon Fellow: 1
  • Truman Scholar: 1
  • Golden Key: 16
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars: 8
  • Dean's Distinguished Graduates in the College of Liberal Arts: 4
  • George G. Mitchell Fellows: 1
  • Glamour Magazine’s 2002 Top Ten College Women of the Year: 1
  • Javits Fellow: 1
  • National Science Foundation Endowed Presidential Scholar: 1

Plan II graduates' test scores:

  • Average GRE score: 718 (all subjects)
  • Average MCAT score: 32
  • Average LSAT score: 165
  • Average GMAT score: 570

Plan II graduating majors for the summer 2002, fall 2002, and spring 2003 semesters totaled 137 students.
Of these students:

  • 31 graduated with University's Honors (GPA 3.59-3.78).
  • 28 graduated with University's High Honors (GPA 3.79-3.89).
  • 31 graduated with University's Highest Honors (GPA 3.90-4.00).
  • 46 graduated with Special Honors in Plan II.
  • 39 Plan II majors earned a second major in the College of Liberal Arts.

45 Plan II majors earned a second degree (simultaneous to the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Plan II)

  • Bachelor of Architecture: 1
  • Bachelor of Art in Art History: 1
  • Bachelor of Art in Studio Art: 1
  • Bachelor of Art in Theater and Dance: 1
  • Bachelor of Business Administration: 18
  • Bachelor of Journalism: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Advertising: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Astronomy: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry: 3
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering: 3
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering: 5
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering: 3
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology: 1
  • Bachelor of Science in Radio-TV-Film: 1

17 Plan II majors will begin medical school in 2003/2004

  • Baylor College of Medicine: 7
  • University of Texas-Houston: 1
  • University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston: 3
  • University of Texas-Southwestern: 3
  • UT Health Science Center- San Antonio: 2
  • Texas A&M University: 1

14 Plan II students will attend law school in 2003/2004

  • Harvard University: 3
  • University of Texas at Austin: 7
  • Southern Methodist University: 3
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison: 1

Other Fields of Graduate Study:

  • Neurobiology and Behavior, University of Washington
  • Theology, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
  • Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy
  • English, University of California at Berkeley
  • Computational Biology, Trinity College and University of Cambridge
  • Computer Graphics, University of Washington
  • Latin American Studies, UT Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
  • Elementary Education, Southwest Texas State University
  • Sociology, University of Chicago
  • Cinema, University of Southern California
  • Theology, Oxford University and Linacre College
  • Politics, University of Dallas
  • City Design & Social Science, University College London


Selected Careers of the 2003 Plan II Graduates:

  • Credit Analyst, Washington Mutual Bank
  • Teacher, California public/private schools
  • English Teaching Assistant in France
  • Public Relations, Dallas/Fort Worth Area
  • Engineer, PowerPC Processor Performance, IBM
  • Staff Consultant, Tucker Alan, Dallas
  • Consultant, Trinity Consultants, Dallas
  • Cattle Rancher
  • Associate Consultant, Bain & Company
  • Teacher/Nanny, Italy
  • Research Assistant, University of Texas, Austin
  • Financial Advisory Services Consultant, Deloite & Touche, Houston
  • Financial Development Program Analyst, Cardinal Health
  • Media Relations Assistant, Drug Policy Alliance
  • Sixth Grade Science Teacher, Teach for America
  • Visitor Use Assistant, National Park Service
  • Martin & Salinas Public Affairs, Austin
  • Senior Student Assistant, Harry Ransom Center, Austin
  • Assistant Language Teacher, JET/Japanese Government
  • Advertising Sales Assistant, The Economist, New York
  • First Grade Teacher, Teach For America, Houston
  • Intern, Enspire Learning, Austin
  • Human Resources Specialist, Enspire Learning, Austin
  • Bartender, Cuba Libre, Austin
  • High School English Teacher, Teach For America, Rio Grande Valley
  • Mechanic, Budget Bicycle Center
  • Secondary High School Teacher
  • Assistant to Executive, Kimball Bonamici Designs, Austin
  • Courier, Contey, Hanger, Roan & Antrey, Austin
  • SAT Tutor, Kaplan Test Prep, Austin
  • Investment Banking Analyst, Salomon Smith Barney
  • Lobbyist Aide, Bill Messer, P.C., Austin
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