Center for International Education
Spring 2009

IA ALUMNI: Where in the world is. . . ?

Andy Houston ‘03 lives in Chicago where he works as an international underwriter for Chubb & Son and is pursuing his MBA in international business at DePaul University. For six months beginning in October 2005, Andy taught English in Ho Chi Minh City, Viertnam, and traveled throughout SE Asia.

Emily Hardy ‘06 is a graduate student in political science (international and comparative politics) at Long Island University. Upon completion of her coursework, Emily spent several months doing community service in South Africa, an experience that provided the focus for her thesis. She expects to complete her degree in May. She is also an assistant basketball coach at Stonybrook University.

Nikki Nichols ‘07 is working at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC.

Susannah Pratt ‘07 is in Chengdu, China, completing an internship with a travel company, where she is involved with translation and marketing to western audiences. Together with intensive Chinese language training, the internship is part of the second year of her fellowship through the Boren Language Flagship program. The first year of her fellowship was spent studying intensive Chinese at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

Tyler Crowe ‘08, one of UNH’s first international affairs-civil engineering dual majors, is working as a research assistant on a joint venture with the Coastal Response Research Center here in Durham and the Centre de Documentation de Recherche et l’Experimentation in Brest, France. Crowe notes that the position was offered to him in part because of the language skills acquired as an international affairs dual major.

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