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Associate’s career shift pays off

Kramarchyk seeks ‘elegant solutions’

Katerina Kramarchyk was pretty much set on becoming a doctor, until she realized she would have to dissect a cadaver in medical school. So in her junior year at Stony Brook University, after re-evaluating her talents and interests, Kramarchyk decided to become a lawyer and switched from a biology major to English and history and wound up earning ...

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