2017 Atanas Apostolov
Austin Arnold
Margaret Ball
John Hyatt
Robert Leese
Divine Maloney (Spanish)
Peter McCarthy
Ryan Regal
Paul Ricks
Grayson Ruhl
Hunter Stocker
Ali Zekic
Lizsandra Zuniga
2016 Keshonn Carter
Tyler Epps (English)
Devante Jones
Marianne Sanders
Lonnie Scott
Tue Vo
2015 Mitch Taylor
2014 Cedric Djikegoue (French)
Joshua Hirakawa
Scott Wise
Marcellin Nshimiyimana
Columbia Univ. (3/2 Engr)
2013 Sabria Farheen (BusinessMinor)
Levi Joy (Economics)
Pacifique Niwenshuti (BusinessMinor)
2012 Jared Davis
John Ingram
David Lanner
2011 David Lanner
Bentley Cook (Russian)
Nels Oscar
Josh Pippin
Bexter Richardson (Religion)
John Ugorji
2010 Reed Tomlinson (English)
2008 Minh Duong
Joey Garcia
2007 Georgi Kapitanov
Teddy Lewis
Andrew Melo
Matt Skinner
Jonathan Watson
2006 Kevin Biss
Vishal Nehru
2005 Mitch Perry
Jason Smith
Ross Sowell
2004 Jacob Barrett
Nana Bempong
Donald Davis
John Edinburgh
Chris Engels
Hannah Johnson
John Paul Swamickannu
Geoff Williams
2003 Jason Downs
Jonathan Jarrett
John Markham
Neil Mock
Gary Rogers
2002 Fahd Arshad
Crile Crisler
Kramer Lovelace
Steve Marlowe
2001 SP Kalita
John McCloskey
Andrew Ngau
2000 William Duncan
Elena Eneva
Nicholas McKenny
Katharina Probst
1999 Christopher Demaree
Rayid Ghani
Dandapani Mylapore Radhakrishnan
Jason Scott Vinton
1998 Pradheeshan Coomaraswamy

History

In 1998, Sewanee graduated it's first computer science major. Prior to 1998, students were able to get a "concentration".

Where do they go from here?

Our alumni hold positions in many diverse lines of work. They become doctors, lawyers, actuaries, or a member of other venerable professions. They may or may not be self-employed. Many are teachers at every level of the educational system.

Some go on to various graduate school endeavors

We hope they are all well and happy. We wish them only the best and look forward to hearing back from them from time to time.

Best Always,
The Faculty