Gregory Gutmann ’13
Gregory knew he wanted to study Japanese when he came to John Carroll, where he was majoring in computer science and East Asian studies. After studying the language for one year, he was able to participate in the Japanese Popular Culture Study Tour in 2010. He continued his studies and spent a semester studying abroad at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan, in 2012. After graduation and spending his second summer in a computing internship in NASA’s Center for Climate Simulation and Earth Science Division, Gregory will pursue a master’s degree in computational biology at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (TITECH). His education will be fully funded through a scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology.
Katie Ek ’12
At JCU, Katie complemented her major in computer information systems with a minor in business. During her senior year, she completed a healthcare information technology internship at the Cleveland Clinic—an opportunity that itself was created by two JCU alumni who work at the Clinic. Following graduation, Katie first found employment as an IT analyst with a major real estate firm in Cleveland. She now works for as a data scientist for Exploris, a large data analytics company founded by Cleveland Clinic doctors. Katie notes that her internship, which was established through JCU’s strong relationship with the Clinic, made the difference in helping her secure employment. Read more about Katie’s experience as a JCU student.