Stephanie M. Denton '99C
|| Political science and religion joint major
||Summer internship at the U.S. Department of Justice;
law school at Harvard University or Stanford University
and life plan:
||"I want to work as an attorney, maybe in the
Department of Justice. I did my honors thesis on drug courts, which
divert people convicted of drug-related crimes into treatment. That
has gotten me interested in specialized courts."
||"Be active now, be friendly, be compassionate."
major accomplishment at Emory:
||"I brought back the yearbook and acted as executive director."
role in achieving her goals:
|"Emory has been eye-opening in terms of cultural exposure.
Coming from a rural public high school in Tennessee, I've enjoyed
meeting people I wouldn't have met otherwise. I have learned as
much through community service and talking to people as I've learned
inspiring teacher and course:
Joyce Flueckiger, "Modern Hinduism."
"That class expanded my worldview [and gave me] a deeper
understanding of morality and ethics and life and death--everything