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2004 Graduates

Plan II Honors Program Graduating Class of 2004

TEST SCORES

average GRE 1423
average MCAT 33
average LSAT 165

MAJORS

76 Plan II majors earned a second major in the College of Liberal Arts
American Studies:2;Anthropology: 3; Achaeology:1; Asian Studies: 1; Biology: 3; Economics: 4; English: 10; Eurasian Studies: 1; French: 1; Geography: 2; Government: 7; History: 17; Latin American Studies: 1; Math: 1; Middle Eastern Studies: 2; Philosophy: 6; Psychology: 8; Religious Studies: 2; Russian: 2; Slavic Studies: 1; Sociology: 2; Spanish: 7

48 Plan II majors earned a second degree in a college other than Liberal Arts:
Bachelor of Art in Music: 2; Bachelor of Art in Theater and Dance: 2; Bachelor of Business Administration: 19; Bachelor of Journalism: 2; Bachelor of Science in Archtectural Engineering:1; Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering: 1; Bachelor of Science in Chemistry: 1; Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies:1; Bachelor of Science in Computer Science: 5; Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering: 6; Bachelor of Science in Math: 4; Bachelor of Science in Psychology: 1; Bachelor of Science in Public Relations: 2; Bachelor of Science in Radio-TV-Film:4

DISTINCTIONS

National:

  • Fulbright Scholar
  • Gates Cambridge Scholar
  • German Academic Exchange Scholar
  • Goldman Sachs Global Leader
  • Humanity in Action Fellow
  • Javits Scholar
  • Marshall Scholar
  • Mellon Fellows: 2
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow: 1
  • Golden Key: 10
  • Phi Beta Kappa: 59
  • National Dean's List: 1
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars: 5

University-Wide:

  • UT Most Outstanding Student: 1
  • Outstanding Students Finalists: 3
  • Cactus Outstanding Student: 1
  • Mortar Board: 6
  • Dean's Distinguished Graduates in the College of Liberal Arts: 6
  • Undergraduate Research Fellows: 2
  • Cactus Goodfellow: 1
  • Ernie Walker Outstanding Finance Student: 1
  • Friar Society: 1
  • Normandy Scholar
  • Rapoport Service Scholar: 1
  • Tucker Family Presidential Scholar
  • University Ombudsman
  • George G. Mitchell Scholars: 5
  • George G. Mitchell Leadership Award: 1
  • University Honors: 38
  • University High Honors: 44
  • University Highest Honors: 30
  • Special Honors in Plan II: 47
  • Special Honors in Computer Science: 1
  • Special Honors in English: 3
  • Special Honors in History: 6
  • Special Honors in Latin American Studies: 1
  • Special Honors in Psychology: 3
  • Special Honors in Spanish: 2

Honors Society Memberships

Alpha Lambda Delta (National Freshman Academic Achievement): 3
Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honors Society): 1
Gamma Beta Phi (Scholarship, Service & Character): 4
Omega Chi Epsilon (National Honor Society for Chemical Engineering): 3
Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honor Society): 4
Phit Eta Sigma (National Honors Society): 3
Psi Chi (National Honors Society in Psychology): 4
Phi Kappa Phi (Honor Society of Excellence): 3
Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honors Society): 1

MEDICAL SCHOOL (15 2004 graduates to med school)

  • Baylor College of Medicine: 4
  • Columbia University: 2
  • Georgetown University: 1
  • UT Medical Branch--Galveston: 2
  • University of Texas--Houston: 1
  • UT Health Science Center--San Antonio: 2
  • University of Texas--Southwestern: 3

LAW SCHOOL (21 2004 graduates to law school)

  • Cornell University: 1
  • Baylor University: 2
  • Cardozo: 1
  • Duke University: 1
  • Columbia: 1
  • Cornell University: 1
  • Harvard: 2
  • Southern Methodist University: 1
  • St. Mary’s University: 2
  • Stanford University: 1
  • University of Chicago: 1
  • University of Houston: 2
  • University of Texas at Austin: 5

GRADUATE SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMS

  • American Studies, University of California at Berkeley
  • Archaeology of Ancient America, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  • Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Clinical Psychology, McGill University, Canada
  • Computer Architecture, University of Texas at Austin
  • Construction Engineering, University of Texas at Austin
  • Corporate Library, University of Texas at Austin
  • Creative Writing, University of Texas at Austin
  • Development Studies, Cambridge University, England
  • Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
  • Ethnomusicology, University of California at Los Angeles
  • Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin
  • Mathematics, Cambridge University, England
  • Mathematics, University of California at San Diego
  • Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Philosophical Theology, Oriel College at Oxford University, England
  • Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
  • Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin

SELECTED CAREERS

  • AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps
  • AmeriCorps VISTA
  • Development Engineer, Advance Micro Devices
  • Business Analyst, McKinsey & Co.
  • Technical Writer, National Instruments
  • Investment Banking Analyst, Goldman Sachs
  • Legal Assistant, Fred Walker Law
  • Assisted Language Instructor, Japan Exchange and Teaching Program
  • Historical Researcher, National Archives in London, England
  • Architectural Historian, HHM, Inc.
  • FireFighter, United States Forest Service
  • Real Estate Analyst, Champion Partners
  • Climbing Guide, Hueco Tanks National Park, El Paso, Texas
  • Teacher, Northwestern Montessori School
  • Associate Consultant, Bain & Company
  • Peace Corps (Africa and Latin America)
  • Deckhand, F/V Equinox
  • Singapore Military
  • Secondary Language Arts Teacher, Teach for America
  • Secondary Social Studies Teacher, Teach for America
  • Nurse Assistant, University Health Services
  • Research Engineer, Symyx
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