Each Hawk is unique and forges their own path at UHart.
Some students fly on to internships or graduate school, where they can continue to expand upon and apply their classroom learning. Other Hawks soar to permanent positions in the workforce where they can hone their craft and follow their aspirations.
Whether it's a traditional or alternative path, UHart's Hawks have landed in some pretty amazing places. Let's meet them!
Derek Alibozek is receiving both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in 4 years. He has already accepted a position in Raytheon Technologies’ Financial leadership Development Program.
Psychology major Kicha Pinthiere ’23 describes her internship at Intensive Education Academy (IEA) in West Hartford as an amazing experience that reinforced her desire to study for an education specialist degree in school psychology at Georgia Southern University this fall.
Biology major Mariangelie Beaudry ‘23 will study for a masters in genetic counseling at the University of Connecticut this fall.
Computer Science major Rahul Kumar ’23 is heading to Fordham University after graduation to pursue a master's in computer science.
Benedicta “Benie” Kwarteng ’23 has been granted a 2023 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship following a nationwide competition of nearly 900 highly qualified candidates.
Jason Merendino ’23, an architectural design + technology major with concentration in construction management, is interning with ATC Architects this summer.
Danni Keating ’23, Risk Management & Insurance major, is currently a senior enrolled in the Barney School of Business 3+1 program. By May of 2023, she will have completed several internships, studied abroad in the Netherlands, completed her MBA in International business and have a full-time job position lined up after she graduates.
Sean is studying business management at the Barney School of Business, is a Red Cap, and a Student Philanthropy Ambassador.
Karan Prajapati ’23 is majoring in business analytics and managerial economics with a minor in data science. Prajapati was recently delighted to accept the opportunity to intern with APS Technology.
Dana Brooks ’23 plans to attend law school to become a criminal defense lawyer. She is an Honors student pursuing a major in criminal justice and minors in sociology and Spanish.
Samuel Coates ’22, M’23, a 3+1 business analytics and managerial economics major, obtained an internship with PayFlex where he put his knowledge to the test in a real-world setting.
Ijahnay Reid ’23 is a senior double majoring in risk management insurance and business management, with a minor in project management. She has an internship opportunity lined up after graduation.