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Congrats Class of 2022

Jewish Studies GraduateS

jessica-barbaroshJessica Barbarosh is a double major in History and Jewish Studies.  After college, she plans to travel through Israel and Europe before moving to California and working as the Marketing Director for a boutique investment bank.  With a passion for sports and business, Jessica also seeks to eventually develop her own athletic apparel brand.  One of her favorite professors, Dr. Craig Perry, shares, “I remain in awe of how you manage excellence in both academics and track. What I admire even more is your thoughtful and reflective nature. It’s been gratifying to watch you forge the connections between your studies and your vision for an exciting and meaningful future in work and life.”
anna-ecanowAnna Ecanow is majoring in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology while minoring in Jewish Studies.  After graduation, she will be moving to New York City to serve as a medical assistant in a plastic surgery office.  Looking further into the future, Anna aims to attend medical school and become a physician.  Reflecting on her time at Emory, she appreciates how the Jewish Studies program connected her to the Atlanta Jewish community at large, with making an introduction at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival representing a highlight.
drew-siegalDrew Siegal is a Political Science major and Jewish Studies Minor.  He graduated in December with plans to pursue a MPhil in Criminology at the University of Cambridge starting this fall.  Long-term, Drew hopes to return to the US with aspirations to chart a career in the legal profession.  His first JS professor, Dr. Kate Rosenblatt, says, “Drew was such a pleasure to have as a student.  Drew's thoughtful engagement and curiosity in the classroom so clearly demonstrated his keen interest in the Jewish past.  Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors!”

Published 5/3/2022