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About Our Alumni

The Brock Scholars Program seeks to develop and strengthen the talents of our students so that they may enter the post-baccalaureate world prepared intellectually, socially, and ethically to serve and to excel.

98% percent of our students who wish to pursue graduate or professional degrees are admitted to the schools of their choice, 96% of them with substantial scholarships, fellowships, or assistantships. Recently our graduating seniors have been accepted to such graduate programs as:

  • Harvard University (M.A., Theological Studies; Ed.M., Prevention Science and Practice)
  • Emory University (Ph.D., Genetics and Molecular Biology; M.P.H.)
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Ph.D., Psychology)
  • University of Virginia (Ph.D., Biophysics)
  • Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (J.D., M.P.A.)
  • Stanford University (M.S.E.)
  • The University of Maryland (M.F.A., Creative Writing)
  • The University of Chicago (Ph.D., Comparative Religious Studies)
  • Tulane University (Ph.D., English, and Ph.D., Biology)
  • Louisiana State University (Ph.D., Anthropology)
  • University of Tennessee at Memphis (M.D.)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Chemistry)
  • North Carolina State University (Ph.D., Microbiology)
  • Vanderbilt University (Ph.D., Chemistry)
  • University of Georgia (M.B. A. and Ph.D., English)

LaShunda Hill in a Rainforest in Ghana

LaShunda Hill
Class of 2010

LaShunda earned her B.A. in three different majors, studied abroad in Ghana, and won the prestigious, nationally competitive Harry S. Truman Scholarship. After UTC she went on to graduate school at Harvard, and now works as a public policy strategist in Washington D.C.
(Click on the photo for more about LaShunda)
Tim Brooks

Tim Brooks
Class of 2007

Tim graduated summa cum laude with highest departmental honors in chemistry, and went on to study at The Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University. His career with the U. S. Navy currently has him stationed in Yokosuka, Japan, where he serves as Medical Officer to over 2,100 active duty sailors. 
(Click on the photo for more about Tim)

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