Student Achievements

Interdisciplinary Studies majors have gone on to careers in a variety of fields, but the majority (so far) are in the pre-professional health fields and pursuing careers as physical therapists, physician assistants, and occupational therapists.

Laura Hunt ’11

  • Pharmacy program at Mass College Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Worcester

Nicholas Campbell ’11

  • Pursuing master of science degree in Orthotics and Prosthetics at the University of Hartford

Andrea Wirth ’11

  • Dental Hygienist program, Mass College Pharmacy and Health Sciences Boston

Michaela Deasy ’10

  • Direct Entry Nursing Program (NP), Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions

Meghan Edmonston ’09

  • Pursuing Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Bond University in Australia

Alison Robbins ’07

  • University of New England Physician Assistant program, currently working in the ER at Winchester Hospital

Patricia (McNeil) Maguire ’07

  • Physician’s assistant at Orthopedics Care Specialists, North Easton

Jessica Joaquin ’07

  • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Bernadette Keegan ’05

  • Tufts University Occupational Therapy program
“Stonehill was my first stepping stone in helping me achieve my dream career!”
Meghan Edmonston ’09, graduating from the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Bond University in Gold Coast, Australia
“After a Learning Community with Professor (Sheila) Barry, I realized I wanted to go into nuclear medicine. It brings together science, healthcare and everything I wanted to do into one.
Professor Barry went above and beyond in helping me. She helped me realize I could do this and I love it.”
Meagan Harrington’12, who is now in a 15-month post-graduate program in nuclear medicine technology at Regis College