Wooster graduates gain a unique and powerful global perspective during their time on campus. This helps fuel their success across the globe. See what some of our international alumni have accomplished post-Wooster.

Ainslee Alem Robson '15

French and philosophy alumna creates virtual reality graphic memoir

Independent Study at Wooster help prepare Ainslee Alem Robson ’15 to take on a creative film project

Sydney (Maureen) Hanes ’21

Fulbright awards English Teaching Assistantship to Wooster global and international studies major

Sydney (Maureen) Hanes ’21 will teach English in Kyrgyzstan during the next academic year.

Christabel Dadzie ’04 speaks at a Ahaspora mentoring event in 2019.

Alumna founds organization to support development in her home country

Mentored learning leads Christabel Dadzie ’04 to aspired trajectory

Vedica Jha '18 at the Kauke Arch in 2019

Biology and math alumna co-founds startup

Vedica Jha ’18 credits Wooster’s support system for preparing her to create talent-finding platform, ProMytheUs

Pedro Oliboni '20

Philosophy and math alumnus publishes article in peer-reviewed journal

Pedro Oliboni ’20 continues to explore ideas from his Independent Study projects

For his I.S., Jisou "Armel" Lee '19 interviewed the Human Library Organization's program coordinator in Copenhagen.

Sociology alumnus honored for creating WooStories program

Jisou “Armel” Lee ’19 designated a space where people of all backgrounds could share their stories and experiences.

Mesky Brhane ’89

Liberal arts education prepared English and French alumna for post-graduation achievements

Mesky Brhane ’89 supports vulnerable populations through her role at World Bank

Hideko Tamura Snider ’56

Sociology alumna advocates for peace and collective healing

Hideko Tamura Snider ’56 survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima before attending Wooster

Jean Pham '17

Psychology alumna wins award for non-invasive diagnostic technology

Experience with interdisciplinary collaboration prepares Jean Phuong Pham ’17 for master’s program

Dekila Chungyalpa ’98

Self-designed environmental studies major tackles issues at cross-section of faith and environment

Dekila Chungyalpa ’98 incorporates interests and skills she developed at Wooster into a lifelong commitment to environmentalism.

Mae Manupipatpong

Philosophy and political science alumna explored passion for environmental law

Mae Manupipatpong ’14 notes Wooster community surrounded her with the right people and opportunities

Hayet Rida and friends

Hayet Rida ’11 fights for success

“People are scared of failure, but to me failure is my best friend. It’s one of the things I enjoy most because it allows […]

Sayantan “Sunny” Mitra

Sayantan “Sunny” Mitra ’16 seeks unlimited opportunities

"There is no limit to the opportunities you have."

Matea Paveskovic '18

Matea Paveskovic ’18 finds path to top Ph.D. program

Wooster research experience and mentoring open path to top Ph.D. program

Deval Mehta

Deval Mehta ’05 combines technical expertise with people skills to succeed

Deval Mehta is pretty sure why he landed a Presidential Management Fellowship and subsequent placement as an information technology manager with the U.S. Department […]