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Libby Davis '14
Naturalist Guide, Kantishna Roadhouse, Denali National Park, AK

Kristina Seitler '14
Yale University, M.S in Nursing, CT

Natasha Kacoroski '14
SUNY-ESF, MA in Ecological Engineering, NY

Katherine Carvajal '12
Engineer, Weiss-Aug Company, East Hanover, N.J.

John Loffredo '12
Fisheries Management Intern, Student Conservation Association, Stanley, Indiana

Camille Stephens '12
Assistant Forest Ranger, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Olesea Cojohari '11
SUNY Upstate Medical University, PhD in Biology

Jennifer Conrad '11
Dartmouth College, PhD in Cellular & Molecular Biology

Robert Worthen '11
Dartmouth University, PhD in Cellular & Molecular Biology

Kanika Sharma '10
Chiropractic Medicine, National University of Health Science, Washington D.C.

Dana Delancey '09
New York Chiropractic College, Doctor of Chiropractic Program.

Tibursious Ssendawula '09
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Program.

Michael Weinberg '09
D'Youville College, Physician Assistant Program.

Gerald Audet '08
West Virginia University, Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology.

Kaitlin Petros '08
University of Vermont, medical student.

Qiao-Xia Chen '07
Technician, Human Genome Corp.

Justin Valliere '07
University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology.

Rob Marino '06
Lab Technician, Philadelphia, Penn.
Rob specializes in Dissolved Gas Analysis, where he uses a contraption called a 32/12 to extract the dissolved gas from the oil samples, isolate them, compress it using a mercury reservoir, and run them through a gas chromatograph.

Margaret Embry '05
Production Assistant, Moore Bass Consulting, Inc., Tallahassee, Fl.
Margaret's work specializes in land use planning and zoning, engineering design, land development consulting, roadway and drainage design, water and sewer utility design, transportation planning, ecological services, land surveying and GPS, biological land assessment, landscape and irrigation design, and environmental permitting.

Andy Patmos '05
Lab Technician, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Mass.
Andy works in a lab that processes stem cells for cancer patients.

Carol Shaw '05
Southern Lake Champlain Valley Chapter of the Nature Conservancy
Carol works to "preserve plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth," The Nature Conservancy’s mission, the one goal that she has had since childhood.

Josh Bakelaar '04
Environmental Exhibit Specialist, ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Burlington, Vt.
Josh's job duties are primarily animal care and associated life support systems. He also gives public demonstrations.

Alissa Mills ‘04
SUNY Albany, Ph.D. in English studies.

Jasmine Star Peters '03
Adjunct Faculty, SUNY Cortland
Jasmine teaches intro to biology labs.

Kurt Waggoner '03
Field Instructor, Smokey House Center, Danby, Vt.

Nikki Warren '02
Laboratory technician, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Penn.
Nikki works in the nucleic acid facility (core lab for the Kimmel Cancer Center), primarily doing DNA synthesis and sequencing.

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