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Ashley Augustine (2011) began graduate school at the International Center for Photography in New York City in fall 2011.

Elizabeth Brown (2011) began working as a designer at Design Theorem, a position she landed as a result of internship she had while at USF. 

Kate Matsumoto (2011) was hired in the USF Office of Publications to design promotional material for the University.

Robert Mingoa (2011) went to work as a designer for The Harvey Milk Center for the Arts in San Francisco and also as an intern for AIGA SF.

Sarah Recht (2011) began the Post-Baccalaureate program at The San Francisco Art Institute.

James Barela (2010) went on to work as a print and web designer at graphics studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  In fall 2011 he started graduate school at UT Austin where he received a fellowship to the MFA program. 

Morgan Henderson (2010) used her unique interest in design, science and non-profit organization, to work at the Discovery Science Center in Orange County, CA. She also works as an independent contractor for PBS as an AS3 developer and designer for an online educational game set.

Catherine Mondoy (2010) went on to work as a graphic design and production assistant at Tori Richard, Ltd. in Honolulu. As assistant to the head art director, she "provides graphic and marketing support through print and web, tailoring each of their projects from head to toe."

Natalie Nakai (2010) went to work with Teach for America, incorporating art and design into second grade classrooms in Hawaii.

Oscar Araujo (2009) moved to New York, NY to work for the production company NBTV.

Benji Canning-Pereira (2009) went on to the Masters in Interaction Design at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).

Danae Moore (2009) went on to the MFA program in Design at CalArts in Los Angeles.

Carolyn Reilley (2009) went on to graduate school at DePaul University in Chicago for PR and Advertising.

Stephanie Whitney (2009) moved to Los Angeles where she became part creator of a new internet start up company, created iPhone apps, and worked for several talent agencies.