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Zohreh Dalirian has been admitted to the Doctoral program in Education at Southeastern University (2021).
LCDR Joseph M. Hatfield returned to his roots in the WSU Philosophy department to give talks on the philosophical significance and implications of the blockchain technology used in cryptocurrencies for Internet 3.0, and a philosophical analysis of state intelligence in democratic and authoritarian systems (2021).
Lucy Petroucheva is a civic engagement manager at the Kansas Leadership Center (2021).
Courtney Minor is now enrolled in the PhD program in Philosophy at UCLA with 7 years of funding. She's studying Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Logic (2021).
Daniel Saunders finished his masters at York University and is now getting his PhD in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia. He's studying Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Social Science and Philosophy of Medicine (2020).
Tyler Hiebert is finishing his dissertation for a PhD in Communications at the Annenberg School of Communications, USC (2020).
Curt Gridley and Tracy Hoover founded Groover Labs, a creative concept to market maker space in Wichita's Old Town Opportunity Zone (2019).
Class of 2014
Wichita State University, Political Science and Philosophy double major (2014)
UC Berkley Law School (2016)
Previous Employment: U.S. Army Reserve
Current Job Title: Associate Attorney, DLA Piper LLP.
- Synthesizing legal research and analysis into a coherent written memorandum or brief for submission to a client, court or arbitrator
- Appearing in a court of law, arbitration or other judicial tribunal on behalf of the firm's client
- Analyzing and summarizing complicated legal documents, including contracts, and suggesting alterations to those documents
- Anticipating and mitigating potential legal problems within the law firm or for a client — and developing strategies to avoid costly litigation and reduce potential areas of risk
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