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Alumni Profiles

Thomas Hyashi headshot

Building on undergraduate research experience, Thomas analyzes health burdens from wildfires on vulnerable populations for the California Department of Public Health.

Working as a deputy attorney general for the California Department of Justice after law school, Mirelle Raza ’15 credits a women’s and gender studies course for inspiring her to advocate for vulnerable people.

Meghan Kennedy

This article is a summary of an interview between Meghan Kennedy and Vivian Shao, written as an assignment for the Neuroscience Capstone Course in Winter 2022. Vivian Shao graduated with a B.S. in Neuroscience with minors in Public Health and Biology in June 2022.

Alex Quan

This article was written as a summary of an interview between Alex Quan and Will Thompson during the Neuroscience Capstone class in Winter 2022. Will Thompson graduated with a B.S. in Neuroscience with a minor in Biology in June 2022.

Graduation picture of Michaela Scanlon on a beach at sunset

From History to Occupational Therapy

Blair Huxman '21, an economics and political science major with a minor in French and Francophone studies, has been awarded a Jesse M. Unruh Assembly Fellowship through the Capital Fellows Program.

Elia has a new position as State Coastal Conservancy Attorney

Publishing graduate school research that began at SCU

Roman JohnDoza posing with the ducks and swans

Roman JohnDoza finally gets his in at the Oakland Zoo

Veronica Rodriguez

Veronica Rodriguez '13 is a screenwriter and director for film and television in Los Angeles. We caught up with her to discuss career choices, family life, and advice on how to make it in the entertainment industry.

Former hairstylist Tanesha Cartwright ’18, M.F.T. ’23 is fulfilling a dream of becoming a therapist for Black community members.