At Commencement on Friday, May 6, UNC Greensboro conferred approximately 2,137 bachelor’s degrees and 598 master’s degrees. As the largest academic unit, the College of Arts & Sciences is proud to claim such a large portion of the Class of 2022.

Armed with a rigorous liberal arts education, our graduates will become the doctors, teachers, chemists, researchers, poets, and health care workers of the future. Here we share what’s next for several of our graduates.

Hear from our graduates:

female graduate in cap and gown

“I’ll be getting my MA in mathematics from UNCG, while researching topological data analysis or game theory.”

WHITNEY BENNETT
MATHEMATICS MAJOR
DRAMA AND TECHNICAL THEATRE MINORS

Anna Broich

“I’m going to the University of South Florida to pursue a concurrent master’s degree in Public Health and Applied Medical Anthropology.”

ANNA BROICH
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY MAJOR
MUSIC MINOR

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“I’ll be the Learning and Engagement Coordinator at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY.”

SHARI MERTEN
MA IN PUBLIC HISTORY /
MUSEUM STUDIES

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“I’ve been accepted into UNCG’s Piedmont Teacher Residency program and will be obtaining my MAT in teaching. I plan to teach history to middle grades.”

CANDICE K. NANCE
AFRICAN AMERICAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES MAJOR
HISTORY MINOR

young woman in front of fountain

“I will be attending the University of Utah’s MD/PHD program to become a physician scientist.”

CAROLINE NELSON
BIOLOGY B.S.
PRE-MEDICAL CONCENTRATION

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“I will be working as an Experienced IT Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.”

HANNAH PARKER
MATHEMATICS M.A.
DATA ANALYTICS CONCENTRATION

“I will be entering UNCG’s Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program with a concentration of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.”

STACI REGAN
WOMEN’S, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES M.A.

“I will be pursuing my master’s in Bioethics at Ohio State University. My intention is to become a certified health care ethics consultant for my current employer, Duke University Hospital.

HEIDI ROWE
PHILOSOPHY MAJOR

“I will be pursuing my PhD in chemistry at the University of California, Santa Cruz.”

ROBERT SHEPHERD
CHEMISTRY B.S.
RESEARCH CONCENTRATION

“I will be pursuing my Juris Doctorate at Howard University School of Law in Washington D.C. this fall.”

QORAH THORNER
POLITICAL SCIENCE, COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJOR
AADS MINOR

“I will be continuing to lead the poetry organization I co-founded called the Poetics Lab in Alpena, MI.”

DOM WITTEN
MFA CREATIVE WRITING

Compiled by Elizabeth Keri, College of Arts & Sciences