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Department of Modern Languages
The University of Mississippi

Modern Languages Careers

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Corey Fuller
Corey Fuller
B.A. in Arabic, minor in Military Science 2016
Home Town: Pinson, AL
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Catherine (Millette) Lawhorn
B.A. in Spanish and English 2009 and M.A. in Spanish Linguistics and TESL 2011
Home Town: Pascagoula, Mississippi
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Anthony Yuen
B.A. International Studies and Chinese 2008
Home Town: Hattiesburg, MS
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Christine Day
B.A. in French and International Studies 2006
Home Town: Germantown, TN
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Deeneaus Polk
B.A. in German and International Studies 2011
Home Town: Pascagoula, MS
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Grace Quintana
M.A. in Spanish 2017
Home Town: Mexicali, Baja California
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Trey McCain
B.A. in Linguistics, 2010; M.A. in French 2012
Home Town: Amory, MS
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Riley Dunworth
B.A. in Spanish 2015 and M.A. in Spanish 2017
Home Town: Salisbury, Maryland
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Elizabeth Romary
B.A. in Spanish and International Studies, minor in Cinema 2017
Home Town: Greenville, North Carolina
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Wilson Helmhout
B.A. in Spanish, minor in Neuroscience 2016
Home Town: Oxford, Mississippi
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Modern Languages Careers

A liberal arts education empowers and prepares students to deal with complexity and change through a broad knowledge of the world.  They gain key skills in communication, problem-solving, and working with a diverse group of people. People who fluently speak a foreign language have better job opportunities.

Related careers include education, international business & banking, tourism, journalism, law, translation, foreign service, cultural affairs, military service, and health care.

infographic showing the following data: Business/Finance: 39%; Higher Education: 34%; Government/Military: 21%; STEM: 21%; Community/non-profit: 21%; K-12 Education: 20%; Law: 19%

 

Our graduates are…

  • Analyst, Tesla Government Inc.
  • Producer of Al-Arab, Bloomberg TV
  • Civil Affairs Specialist, US Army Reserve
  • Project Coordinator, Middle East Institute
  • Senior Business Sales Executive, FedEx
  • New Ventures, PwC Hong Kong & China
  • International Tax Hedge Fund Analyst, Deloitt
  • Physician, Duke University Hospital
  • English Teacher, Korea
  • Faculty, Copenhagen School of Business
  • Business Reporter, Los Angeles Times
  • Social Media Specialist, Entergy
  • Brands Attorney, US Department of Justice
  • Foreign Affairs Officer, US Department of State
  • Communications Coordinator, Kate Spade
  • International Economist, US Department of Commerce
  • Director of Employee Engagement, St. Jude Hospital
  • Editor, The Globe & American in London
  • Logistics Specialist, Halliburton
  • Consultant, US Department of Defense
  • Company Manager, Atlanta Opera
  • Librarian, Jackson Hinds Library System
  • Senior Vice President, Bank of America
  • CEO, Global Outreach
  • International Non-profit Developer, United Nations
  • Spanish Teacher, Madison County

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