We measure our success by the success of our alumni and students. Read about some alumni who describe where they started, how they are finding success and where they are going.
Carmela Buono, SEBS '16
Promoting environmental stewardship in the AmeriCorps NJ Watershed Ambassador Program. Continuing her studies as a PhD student at SUNY Binghamton.
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Jill Azzolini, SEBS '16
After spending a gap year at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden where Jill managed the digitization and imaging of 30,000 specimens of great historical value, she persues her research interests in conservation and physiology of reptiles and amphibians in an Evolutionary Biology Ph.D. program.
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Nicole Guido, SEBS '12
Interested in avian conservation research, Nicole participates in a Biodiversity Monitoring Program in the Hudson Valley of New York, joins a food web ecology study in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and spends time in tropical environments including Panama, Costa Rica, and Belize to learn more about banding birds. Read More »
Brooke Maslo, CC '10
Dr. Brooke Maslo's bat, red knot, brown bear and other research projects are featured in many SEBS Newsroom articles.
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Chris Martine, CC '01
Alumnus Dr. Chris Martine, the David Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University produces "Plants are Cool, Too" video series. This episode features parking lot weed research from Prof. Struwe's lab
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Ben Bobowski, CC '91
Alumnus Ben Bobowski is the new Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Preserve Superintendent in Alaska Region
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