Jorge Lopez (2008) taught English as a foreign language in South Korea after he graduated.
Randy Steadman in Egypt, where he studied Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic.
Renee Payne in Thailand, vacationing before she gets back to work on her international studies in Bangkok.
Cleff Delaney (2007) is pictured with Dr. James Cone (right) at the American Academy of Religion meeting in San Diego in 2007.
Jamie Willeford (2006) graduated with an M.A. in Religious Studies from Denver University in 2009, and is teaching in community college.
The late Professor Willard E. Johnson and two alumni, Joshua Johnston and Angela Feres.
Gregory Scott Glenn (2001) traveled to Yemen in 2008 to work and study as part of the M.A. program at CSU Long Beach.
Janelle Culley (2008) lived and worked in Alaska after graduation. She is attending graduate school at Portland University.
John Rego (2002) opened a private practice for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Emmanuel Garcia (Sociology 2008) and Daniel Iglesias (Communications) were two researchers who worked for the Metropolitan Area Pluralism Study (MAPS).
Mary Kelly (far left) with a group of friends she met in South Africa as part of the Study Tour she led there in 2009.
Kyle Davidson (2009) taught English as a foreign language in China in 2008.
Patrick Turrietta (2007) at Machu Pichu as part of his post-graduation tour of South America, where he re-created his own Motercycle Diaries.
Phillip Cross (alumnus) completed an M.A. at Fuller Seminary and is continuing his graduate studies in Philosophy.
Shelley Jackson (alumna) in New Orleans, where she organized the Louisiana Himalaya Association, now partnered with an NGO, the largest volunteer organization in Dharamsala, India.
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