As an undergraduate student, Casey Knosby loved learning and dreaming about many different professional paths. Her journey led her to higher education and a master's degree at CU Boulder, as well as being named the Outstanding Master’s in Higher Education Graduate.
Graduating this semester summa cum laude with a degree in anthropology, LaMaskin compared old and new by focusing on the collaborative process the Santa Fe Museum of Indian Arts and Culture has with Southwest Native peoples.
With projects that have attracted the attention of the national hacking/making community, Alex Fiel graduates magna cum laude in technology, arts and media, and is a recipient of the ATLAS Institute's Outstanding Undergraduate Award.
Andrés Martínez stood out since the first week of his master's degree studies, pushing his fellow students to reconsider assumptions about emerging bilingual students and students of color. He was named as the School of Education's Outstanding Equity, Bilingualism and Biliteracy Graduate.
A Colorado native graduating with a double major in chemistry and mathematics and teacher licensure in secondary science, Ally Collard hopes to have "the chance to help students see their potential as scientists, engineers and mathematicians."
Anne Fisher started making concrete plans to become a history and education Buff when she was just a freshman in high school. Now, the Outstanding Graduate in Elementary Education plans to focus her future on teaching for equity.