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Humanities, Specializing in History 2nd Year

Brandon Holifield is not wasting any time. Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he was recruited to Illinois Tech for baseball. Now, he is enrolled in the Dual Admission Honors Law program...

(PSYC ’17, M.S. REHC ’19)

Mehak Hafeez has fulfilled her first goal post-graduation: she is employed as a psychotherapist at Pilsen Wellness Center, Inc. Hafeez holds two degrees from Illinois Tech; she studied psychology as...

(DHUM ’18)

Amy Kamin came to Illinois Tech with prior experience in corporate and retail environments. She had been leaning toward studying architecture, but felt an unmistakable spark of excitement when she...

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(PS ’12)

Denzel Avant says he first “got a taste of the research life” at Illinois Tech, as an undergraduate research assistant. “I really enjoyed the work and the ability to devote a lot of time and thought...

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(Global Studies ’19)

It took a bit of soul searching, but Gerard Jumanan chose just the right degree program for him at Illinois Tech: global studies. “My academic experience was excellent,” he says. “My program allowed...

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(LAW ’18)

In the final year of her exceptional law school career, Jun Qiu (LAW ’18) was named one of National Jurist’s 20 “Law Students of the Year” in 2018 for her contributions to her law school and community...

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(LAW ’19)

Elisabeth Hieber (LAW '19) has already made an impact in improving the lives of transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming people. As a student, Hieber drafted a new amendment to the Human...

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(LL.M. International Intellectual Property Law ’04)

Mariano Municoy (LL.M. ’04) was already pursuing an LL.M. in Law and Economics at Torcuato di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina, when he decided to take advantage of the university’s...

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(LAW ’20)

Student Bar Association President Michael McGee (LAW ’20) got an early introduction to Chicago-Kent College of Law through the law school’s Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program, a rigorous three...

(LAW ’20)

Former college wrestling team captain Bryant Roby (LAW ’20) continues to mentor his fellow students as president of Chicago-Kent’s Moot Court Honor Society. In spring 2019 he organized and helped...