Congratulations to the 2019 IRT Cohort as they begin their journey to graduate school. Our students will be matriculating to the consortium and non-consortium institutions listed in the chart below. For additional details by student, refer to our earlier post –A Big Congratulations to the 2019 IRT Cohort!
2019 IRT Student Matriculation
Boston College - 2 Boston University - 1 Brown University - 4 Brown University/University of Wisconsin - 1 California State University, Long Beach* - 1 Central Michigan University* - 1 City University of New York* - 1 Columbia University - 2 Duke University - 2 Emory University - 1 George Washington University - 1 Harvard University - 4 Harvard Divinity School* - 1 Howard University* - 1 London School of Economics* - 1 Michigan State University, Education - 1 New York University - 3 Northwestern University - 3 Pennsylvania State University* - 2 Princeton University - 1 Purdue University - 2 Rutgers University - 1 San Francisco State University* - 1 Seattle University* - 1 Stanford University - 5
SUNY Albany* - 1 Teachers College, Columbia University - 3 The Ohio State University* - 2 University of California, Berkeley - 2 University of California, Davis - 5 University of California, San Diego - 2 University of California, San Diego/San Diego State University* - 1 University of California, Los Angeles* - 4 University of California, Santa Cruz* - 1 University of Georgia* - 1 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign* - 1 University of Kansas* - 1 University of Maine - 1 University of Maryland, College Park - 3 University of Michigan - 6 University of Minnesota* - 1 University of Pennsylvania - 4 University of Rhode Island - 1 University of Rochester - 2 University of Vermont - 1 University of Virginia - 2 University of Washington - 1 University of Wisconsin-Madison - 2 Vanderbilt University - 2 Washington State University - 2 Yale University - 2
* denotes non-consortium institution. 100 students from the 2019 cohort are matriculating to graduate school.13 students are not matriculating; 12 students' plans are unknown; Total of 125 students in the 2019 cohort.