Meet the PathfindersDan, Michael and Dave Andleman ('97/'94/'92)
These three brothers used their Union College educations and curiosity developed by the school to found "The Phantom Gourmet." They made life-long friends while at Union College that have made them better people, including the school itself, which has the kind of personality that the brothers "would be buddies with, if Union was a person."
Nicole Beland graduated from Union College in 1996 with a major in English and used what she learned about structure and substance in writing to become the Executive Editor at Cosmopolitan Magazine. The intimate and friendly atmosphere at Union College made Union the perfect choice for Nicole.
Nancy Borowick, a 2007 graduate of Union College, used the skills she learned while being a photographer for the Concordiensis student newspaper on campus to become a New York City freelance photographer. Union College was an invaluable investment for Nancy.
Ariel Fox of the Union College Class of 2000 graduated early with a major in Political Science and plans to become a lawyer—only to make a life-changing decision to follow her passion and start her own interior design business in L.A . The fearlessness and rich cultural experience Ariel gained while at Union helped her discover her true calling.
A Union College graduate of the Class of 2004, Michael Losure has used his combined major in Computer Science and Visual Arts to become a Visual Effects Artist at Dreamworks Animation. He remembers his opportunity to study abroad while at Union as one of the most memorable experiences of his four years.
Like most pre-med students, Gregg Meyer of the Union College Class of 1984 majored in biology, but he also graduated with a full major in History. It was exactly that sort of liberal arts background that helped Gregg become a Senior Vice President at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Now a Hollywood actor and writer, Ben Schwartz graduated from Union College in 2003 with a double major in Psychology and Anthropology. From Improv at Union to Upright Citizens Brigade, Union College's liberal arts education and diverse extracurricular opportunities gave Ben the time and breadth to discover his path and taught him the kind of work ethic needed to succeed in a highly competitive business.
Elliot Seguin used his education in engineering and his background in swimming and jazz at Union College to become an engineer and flight tester for Scaled Composites—the same company that developed "Spaceship One," the first private manned spacecraft.
Dr. Marisa Silveri of the Union College Class of 1995 is a full-time researcher and behavioral neuroscientist at McLean Hospital of the Department of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. Her study of psychology and biology at Union College and her hospital practicum inspired her to think about the biology of the brain and pursue her passions.
After graduating from Union College in 1974, Jennifer Smith Turner used her major in English and minor in drama to become the CEO of the Girl Scouts of Connecticut. Jennifer uses her liberal arts education every day and appreciates the unique way in which Union College fostered interdisciplinary relationships with students studying everything from humanities to engineering.
Kate White, a Union College graduate of the Class of 1972, was drawn both to the magic of Union's campus and the school's academic rigor. After finding her voice at Union as a student, Kate went on to become the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, taking with her the full investment of passion and energy she learned to put into all of her pursuits while at Union College.
For more than 200 years, a Union education has produced outstanding leaders in all fields.
WHERE UNION COLLEGE CAN TAKE YOU
LIFE AFTER UNION
- 60% - Full-Time Employment
- 30% - Graduate School
- 10% - Travel/Other