Where Are They Now...
September 17, 2017
Marisa Franco ('17, Psychology) was offered a tenure-track professorship in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University after graduating from Maryland in 2017.
|After graduation, Brian Dillon ('11, Linguistics) was offered an Associate Professor position at the Linguistics department at UMass Amherst. There, he runs the Cognitive Science of Language lab, a laboratory that uses eye-tracking methodology and behavioral experiments to investigate the relationship between language and memory.|
|Dan McNeish ('15, Measurement and Statistics) was offered an Assistant Professorship at the Department of Methodology & Statistics at Utrecht University, Netherlands, after graduation. Currently, he is back in the USA as an Assistant Professor of Quantitative Psychology at Arizona State University. His research focuses on statistical models for small sample data and Bayesian statistics. He teaches introductory statistics and a course on mixed effects models. For more information about Dan and his research, go here.|
|Jessica Roberts ('13, Journalism) taught for Semester at Sea after finishing her Ph.D. Subsequently, she took a position at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in China for a semester and returned to Semester at Sea. She is currently Assistant Professor of Communication at Boise State University, where she just started her third year. Her work can be followed here.|
|Rodrigo Treviño ('12, Mathematics) received a Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation after finishing his Ph.D. This opportunity took him to Cornell University, Tel Aviv University, and the Courant Institute at New York University. From there, he started a tenure track faculty position at CUNY Brooklyn College. He is excited to share that both he and his partner are starting faculty positions right here at Maryland this fall - and expecting their first baby in late September.|