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 Alumni Spotlight

Nicole Lopez

Nicole Lopez

Before she became an FBI agent, 2008 Michigan Tech graduate Nicole Lopez guarded terrorists in military prisons and conducted night raids as part of an elite military team identifying High-Value Targets in Afghanistan. None of the accomplishments came easy. Hearing loss, discovered in early childhood, presented extra hurdles.

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  • 6:1

    undergraduate student to faculty ratio

  • 100%

    all undergraduate students participate in research or a field experience

  • 90%

    psychology students are accepted into graduate school—much higher than the national average of 20%

  • 50/50

    career placement of ACSHF program graduates is equally split between academia and industry