Join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2020! Liberal Arts majors are invited along with their supporters to join Dean Keene and college faculty and staff as we salute our newest Master’s and Bachelor’s degree holders. View the recordings of our class of 2020 ceremonies below.
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Chase Alexandra Jansson, '10 BA Anthropology, will be joining Campbell Johnston Clark (CJC) as an associate in the firm's new Miami office, which will open Sept. 2. She is an admiralty and maritime lawyer licensed in Florida, New York, and the District of Columbia. CJC is an international law firm with established offices in London, Newcastle, and Singapore that specializes in shipping and international trade. CJC’s Miami office will be its first in the United States.
June 12, 2019
James Dold, '06 BA Criminal Justice and '06 BA Psychology, has been chosen by the Board of Directors of Human Rights for Kids as CEO of the organization. He founded the organization in 2017 after nearly 10 years of advocating for children in need. Dold, who earned a law degree from the Univeristy of Maryland, previously served as advocacy director for the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth.
March 25, 2019
Jonathan Fountain, '98 BA Political Science, has been named a shareholder in the law firm of Howard & Howard. He concentrates his practice in intellectual property litigation, entertainment law, and commercial litigation. Based in Royal Oak, Michigan, the firm also has an office in Las Vegas.
March 22, 2019
Roxanne San Jose
Roxanne San Jose, '12 BA Political Science, published her second book, Time Travel, a young adult science fiction romance novel, in April. The book centers on Angelie Thompson, the inventor of a time machine. As she travels through time searching for her boyfriend, who accidentally has been transported back to 1970, she meets new characters and ends up changing the world. San Jose's hobbies include reading and watching movies.
March 8, 2019
Samuel Schumach, '12 BA Political Science, is a manager for Deloitte Consulting. He earned a master's degree in global security studies from Johns Hopkins University. Flying, photography, and hiking are among his hobbies. He lives in Washington, D.C.
March 7, 2019
Kassandra Moore, '18 BA Psychology, is a coach at UNLV Career Services. She also is pursuing a master's degree in higher education. She presented "Professional Development COLA 100L" at the 2019 UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. In 2018, she presented "Networking 101" at the UNLV Student Affairs Conference.
March 6, 2019
Lynn Carol Feinn
Lynn Carol Feinn, '86 BA French, includes reading, movies , creative writing, and coloring among her hobbies.
March 5, 2019
Evelyn Garcia Morales
Evelyn Garcia Morales, '06 BA Political Science, has been named executive director of the Fulfillment Fund Las Vegas.
December 10, 2018
Mac Macdonald, '71 BA Psychology, was chosen to be one of the speakers during the 70th-year commemorations of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. Speaking to several hundred international high school students at the Colville Cemetery, he warned about the addiction to cell phone and entertainment options versus contributing to society through volunteerism, engagement, and participation. "World War II is a fading memory, and the stunning success-against-all-odds of that Allied effort against Hitler's Atlantic fortress is something to be remembered and honored. Civic participation, civil discourse, voter participation, and upholding the values outlined by our Founding Fathers is what those service people died for." He presents slideshows around the country at various conferences showing the re-enactors who annually return to Normandy to honor the sacrifices of their relatives. June 6, 2019, will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day. A corporate trainer in Seattle, he lives in Sequim.
November 2, 2018
Dahn Shaulis, '93 Master of Exercise Physiology, '98 PhD Sociology, continues to conduct research focusing on higher education and college choice in his College Meltdown blog. His work includes research on savage inequalities in the K-12 pipeline, lower college enrollments, the student loan debt crisis, subprime colleges, and the adjunct crisis. His latest essay for the Military Times was "8 Tips to Help Vets Pick the Right College. He lives in Pleasantville, New Jersey.