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  • Judge John Roll served our legal system for nearly 40 years. (Applause.) A graduate of this university and a graduate of this law school -- (applause) -- Judge Roll was recommended for the federal bench by John McCain 20 years ago -- (applause) -- appointed by President George H.

    WHITEHOUSE: President Obama: Memorial in Arizona

  • The I-Corps teams, selected from science and engineering applicants who are current or former NSF grantees, comprise just a principal investigator (usually a tenured professor), a younger entrepreneurial lead (undergraduate, graduate or post-doctoral student) and an experienced entrepreneur or venture capitalist as a mentor.

    ECONOMIST: Innovation

  • My name is Kirsten Perry (phonetic), and I'm a recent college graduate. (Applause.) My mom is a teacher and my dad is a disabled carpenter, so needless to say, I have accrued a significant amount of student loan debt.

    WHITEHOUSE: Town Hall in Los Angeles

  • Goel was a 1983 graduate (MBA) of the prestigious Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he was a classmate of Raj Rajaratnam.

    FORBES: Government Witness Rajiv Goel Gets Probation in Galleon Insider Case

  • It stipulates that you have to be a STEM graduate (Science Technology Engineering or Mathematics) with a valid visa within a year of graduation or with a H1-B Visa to qualify.

    FORBES: Immigration Reform Will Get You Cash

  • In this one, a graduate student in art, Evelyn (Rachel Weisz), a fire-breathing free spirit, unaccountably takes up with an overweight and maladroit undergraduate, Adam (Paul Rudd).

    NEWYORKER: The Shape of Things

  • For instance, whereas 85% or so of undergraduates at (expensive, private) Stanford and CalTech graduate within four and a half years, only 48% at (cheap, state-run) Berkeley manage it in six.

    ECONOMIST: California's economy

  • She is a graduate of New York University, and is currently (by day) a lecture agent at Penguin Books.

    FORBES: Cubicle Chaos: Staying Productive in the Modern Office

  • Directed by Rob Reiner and starring Jennifer Aniston, the film was supposed to be a sort of sequel to The Graduate (another movie with a perfect ending, in my opinion).

    FORBES: Please Hollywood, 'Casablanca' Does Not Need A Sequel

  • Winfried Denk of the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg, Germany, estimates that it would take a graduate student (the workhorse of all academic laboratories) about 130, 000 years to reconstruct the circuitry of such a column.

    ECONOMIST: Connectomics aims to map the atlas of the brain

  • The action, loosely based on a true story and filmed on location at and near a Utah university (and, briefly, in China), concerns Liu Xing (Liu Ye), a brilliant young astrophysicist from Beijing who travels to the United States for graduate study under Professor Jacob Reiser (Aidan Quinn), a scientist whose work he admires but whose best years and ideas are behind him.

    NEWYORKER: Dark Matter

  • Your technique is strikingly similar to Bok (Pak), a graduate who played the first trumpet...

    NPR: Literature and Lullabies from the 'Axis of Evil'

  • In Kaufman, the taxpayer (Kaufman) was a graduate of MIT and Harvard who, quite predictably given his educational pedigree, retired in 1980 at the age of 46.

    FORBES: Connect

  • The active ingredient in Rapamune, rapamycin, was discovered decades ago but scientists didn't understand how the drug worked until a graduate student named David Sabatini discovered the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR), a protein that acts as part of a complicated set of chemical signals that causes cells to divide.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • In 2008 (the last year data are available), 7.87 million graduate degree holders were underemployed (that is, employed in jobs requiring less than a graduate degree).

    FORBES: Educated and Underemployed

  • Imagine a centrist voter of the sort Mr Cameron says he wants to attract: a professional graduate who is liberal on social issues, say, and worries (a bit) about climate change.

    ECONOMIST: Charlemagne

  • The two were not on speaking terms until a senior Ballarpur emissary brought the young graduate in to work in a joint venture with DuPont (later sold off) to make nylon tire cord.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Albert explains that a person with three kids, a mortgage and a lot of bills has different (and greater) risks to consider than a recent college graduate.

    FORBES: Portfolio Careers: Is the Latest Work Trend Right For You?

  • As a 1973 graduate with a Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA), I was pleased to be one of those featured.

    FORBES: HBS Alumni In The Global Economy

  • Instead, he helped Governor Rick Perry develop education reforms by writing white papers and articles, and (with collaborators) built both a graduate school of business and an elementary school.

    FORBES: The Lucky Sperm Club -- Just How Lucky?

  • Billionaire Joshua Harris, one of the three cofounders of private equity group Apollo Global Management (nyse: APO) and a graduate of U Penn, is the lead investor in a deal just announced tonight to buy the Philadelphia 76ers.

    FORBES: Apollo Cofounder Leads Deal To Buy 76ers

  • Why would a graduate from a top university pursue a job in the private sector (in which jobs are now even more scarce) when, after nine years of pay hikes and benefits in the context of a struggling economy, the compensation of federal civil servants is now, on average, twice that of private sector workers?

    FORBES: Mommy, Mommy When I Grow Up I Want to Be A Federal Worker

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