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While many of our graduates go on to prestigious medical or graduate schools, many also find careers in human or social services. Whether as case managers, career counselors, rehabilitation specialists, or psychoatric technicians, Trinity psychology graduates think critically and advocate for their clients.
Trinity is proud of the achievements of its alumni and likes to keep up with their work, life, and ongoing educational experiences. If you graduated with a degree in psychology, feel free to contact the department and let us know what you've been up to.
Putting the Pieces Together
Dan Bauer '94 is a professor of quantitative psychology at the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill. Although he understood while at Trinity that psychology would be his life’s work, he didn’t realize that analyzing data would be the one puzzle piece that would make the most sense.
Faith Brozovich '03 has only been out of Trinity for ten years but has already made her mark in the world of scientific research.