Clio Sophia Koller ’14

After graduating from Archer, Clio began her studies at the University of Chicago. Throughout her undergraduate years, Clio was a Research Assistant at the University of Chicago Medicine in the Biological Sciences Division, International Trade and Health Policy Intern for FIVS based in Washington, D.C., and a Criminal Division Intern at the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Last year, she graduated with her B.A. in the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Science and Medicine with a concentration in Ethics. She then earned her master’s in Bioethics and Medical Ethics from Harvard Medical School. While there, she had a field placement in the Psychiatric and Neurodevelopmental Genetics Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and interned at The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School. This fall she will attend Yale Law School to earn her J.D.
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The Archer School for Girls’ mission is to educate students in an environment specifically designed for girls. As such, the school will consider any candidate for admission who identifies as a girl. Once admitted to Archer, all students in good academic standing who abide by Archer’s code of conduct and who meet requirements for graduation will be eligible to receive an Archer diploma, regardless of any change in sexual identity or other legally protected status.