Our Graduates in Spanish
New College is proud of our many graduates in Spanish. Here's a sampling of what some of them are up to today:
• Michelle Brown, who earned her Ph.D. in 2012 from Stanford in curriculum and teacher education, is assistant professor of English and English education coordinator at Southeastern Louisiana University.
• Nicholas Eversole is assistant vice chancellor in the Human Health Sciences department at University of California, Davis.
• Heather Normandale is a musician and manager of Vak Choir. She has worked extensively with youth, teaching, event planning, music writing, performing, arranging and creating sustainable music touring with bicycles, creating bike-powered energy for music and art events, and organizing cross cultural artistic collaborations.
• Eric Walzer is finance director in charge of matching gifts for Avaya, Inc.
• Alba Aragón received her M.A. in Romance languages and literature from Harvard.
• Arianna Bailey is a Spanish teacher at the K-12 level.
• Erin Blasco received her M.A. from George Washington University and is an education specialist at the National Museum of American History.
• Liza Wisman is currently pursuing a degree in nursing so that she can use her Spanish language skills as a bilingual midwife.
• Alice Abernathy graduated in biochemistry from New College but used the Spanish language skills she developed at the College to earn a Fulbright Scholarship to Spain. She is currently enrolled in medical school at the University of Florida.
• Megan Robinson received a master's degree in library and information studies from Florida State University. She is currently a librarian in charge of youth services for the Manatee County Public Library System and acts as a liaison between the library staff and the Manatee County.
• Juliana Nalerio is currently finishing her master's degree with a thesis on Junot Díaz at a public university in Castile-Leon, Spain, and eventually plans to pursue a Ph.D. literature.
Sample of Graduate Schools Attended by NCF Students in Spanish
• Boston University
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