A 2007 Phi Beta Kappa inductee, Aaron plans to pursue a Ph.D. in archeology.
Access to an individual art studio and the ability to take interdisciplinary courses to meld art with social issues lured Rachel to Florida State.
A Udall Scholarship winner, Ashley works for safe water around the world.
Diaz has won scholarships from Advertising Women of New York and the Tallahassee chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF).
Diaz-Barreto is working on an Honors Thesis involving crimes against humanity in Chile.
Sarah is completing research for her dissertation on ways to better protect personal information on computers that use flash drive technology.
Combining her interest in music and neurology, Rachel's honors-in-the-major thesis explores synesthesia.
Michael Douma will be teaching and doing research in the Netherlands for the next year as a Fulbright Scholar.
Shawntel received a master's degree in Religion from Florida State in 2007; her master's thesis examined religious seekers and seeker-sensitive churches.
When Jennifer Ervin travels to Vietnam as a Fulbright Scholar, she hopes her Frisbee helps her span cultures.
A Peace Corps veteran, Mollie is back at her alma mater for graduate work aimed at helping children with disabilities.
Tina graduated in August as the Outstanding Master's of Accounting Student of the Year.
An Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Award winner, Chantal's work was included in a presentation to the Inter-American Photochemistry Society.
Godbey is a 2008 Outstanding Senior Scholar Award winner and recipient of the John Mark Caffrey and Biological Science Alumni scholarships.
A recipient of an Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Award, Pierce is particularly interested in weaving social issues into the tapestry of his compositions.
Jason Hobratschk is a doctoral student with a prestigious Fulbright fellowship to study in Germany.
Alphonso Horne has played trumpet with renowned jazz musician Marcus Roberts at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
Ryan, a Phi Beta Kappa Marion Jewell Hay award winner, is applying philosophy to issues that affect everyday life.
Brett, who won an Undergraduate Research and Creativity Activity Award and an Honors in the Major Thesis Award, researched and staged a 17th Century English opera.
Benjamin and 26 other Florida State students spent a day with legendary investor Warren Buffett in October 2008.
A Goldwater Scholarship winner, Alan moved from music to math, embracing two faces of creativity.
Alexander Merkovic-Orenstein is co-founder of the Global Peace Exchange, which he launched at The Florida State University in 2006.
Pagan spent the summer of 2008 as a volunteer with a local non-governmental organization in Uganda.
Victoria has been doing research on the history of the pearl trade in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Rachel founded a non-profit organization that serves Ugandan children orphaned by the AIDS pandemic.
Currently studying at The Florida State University College of Medicine, Shannon plans to become a pediatrician.
After his May 2009 graduation Dominique, a former intern with PricewaterhouseCoopers, will start a full-time position with the firm.
Kaitlyn earned a 2009 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Award for a summer project with a nonprofit organization.
Toha's artistic talent and scholarly abilities have been recognized by the College of Music, which named him the 2009 Presser Award winner.
Vargas-Cohen was awarded a highly competitive Fulbright grant to teach in Spain this year.
Heather Wakefield is conducting research on children's reading interests in a former Soviet nation, the Republic of Georgia.
A pre-med student who is engaged in an Honors in the Major project, Williams is studying behavioral sensitization in male rats.