Congratulations to the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Class of 2023!
Posted May 2, 2023
As our Spring 2023 graduates prepare to embark on the next chapter of their lives, we reflect on the journey that brought them here.
These incredible students have inspired and surprised us during their time at Ivan Allen College. They've been challenged to think critically, innovate, and positively affect the world around them. They have honed their communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills, and embraced the liberal arts as a powerful tool for understanding complex issues and creating meaningful change.
But the journey doesn't end here. As these graduates move forward, they will undoubtedly face many challenges and opportunities, entering a workforce where they will encounter new ideas, cultures, and ways of thinking. However, we know they will find themselves prepared by the values that Ivan Allen College has championed, of empathy and understanding, of the importance of different perspectives, and of continuous learning and growth in their careers and throughout their lifetimes.
Two hundred and thirty five graduates of Ivan Allen College will walk across the stage this weekend — 158 bachelor’s students, 69 master’s students, and eight earning their Ph.D — and we hope they take a moment to celebrate their achievements and reflect on the incredible potential that lies ahead. The world is waiting for their unique contributions, and we can't wait to see all that they will accomplish.
Congratulations to the Ivan Allen College Spring Class of 2023!
Meet a few of our outstanding graduates
Rylee Calhoun, B.S. Economics
- Read our Q&A with Rylee, who will work as a data analyst at General Motors while pursuing a master’s degree at Georgia Tech.
Nora Fahim, B.S. Economics and International Affairs with a minor in Middle Eastern and North African Studies
- Read our Q&A with Nora, who will work as a risk and financial advisory analyst at Deloitte.
Galen Hughes, M.S. Global Media and Cultures (Japanese)
- Read our Q&A with Galen, who plans to attend the Inter-Univ Center for Japanese Studies in Japan.
Vikas Madhav Nagarajan, M.S. Public Policy
- Read our Q&A with Vikas, who hopes to work on Capitol Hill.
Isabelle-Yara Nassar, B.S. International Affairs with minors in Global Development and Law, Science, and Technology
- Read our Q&A with Isabelle-Yara, who hopes to work in global development with a focus on international children's rights.
Jacob Young, B.S. History, Technology, and Society, B.S. International Affairs
- Read our Q&A with Jacob, who will pursue an M.S. in International Affairs at Georgia Tech.
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