Lingxin (Bell) Zhang earned Indiana University - Bloomington's first Master of Arts degree in Egyptology in 2014, writing her MA thesis on Contextualizing the Antinoeion at Hadrian’s Villa. She is now a Ph.D. student in Egyptology at The Johns Hopkins University.
Hilo Sugita earned her Master of Arts degree in Egyptology in 2016. Her MA thesis, Uncovering the Dead: An Extensive Study of the Late Period Coffin Lid of Qnw-pw-s at the Indiana University Art Museum, was the recipient of the Indiana University Distinguished Master's Thesis prize in 2017. She is now a Ph.D. student in Egyptology at Harvard University.
Julia Puglisi earned her Master of Arts in Egyptology in 2017, writing her MA thesis on The Mechanics of Egyptian Paronomasia: Applying Pattern Recognition Search to the Ramesside Dream-Book. She is now a Ph.D. student in Egyptology at Harvard University.