* indicates thesis student               ^ indicates co-author

 Current research students

Emily Auran  (Environmental Chemistry, 2014)

* Jack Kerby-Miller  (Environmental Chemistry, 2014)

Connor Stoll (Biochemistry, 2014)

* Elaine Dellinger (Biochemistry, 2014)

Kiya Vega-Hutchens (Environmental Chemistry, 2014)

Kristina Conroy (Pyschology, 2014)

 Former research students & what they’re up to

Alyssa Kronen (Environmental Biology 2013) Medical school at University of Washington

*^ Malcolm Littlefield (Environmental Chemistry 2013)

* Annie Mejaes (Environmental Chemistry 2013). Intern at The Nature Conservancy, Juneau, Alaska

Angela Todd (Environmental Chemistry 2013)


Bianca Dragone (Environmental Chemistry 2012). Staff at NetSuite (web-based business software)

Amy Prescott (Environmental Chemistry 2012). Staff at Epic (medical software), applying to medical school

Ali Siegel (Environmental Chemistry 2012). Program Empowerment Director at DREAM (Village mentoring program)


^ David Fouhey (Computer Science 2011). Ph.D. candidate in Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University

Eleanor Horowitz (Environmental Chemistry 2011)

* Alice Wisener (Environmental Chemistry 2011).  Staff at EnerNOC (energy management)

*^ Zheng Zheng (Environmental Chemistry 2011). Ph.D. candidate in Analytical Chemistry at University of Michigan


^ Bobby Levine (Molecular Biology & Biochemistry 2010). Ph.D. candidate in Bioengineering at University of Michigan

 Emma Johnson (Environmental Chemistry 2010). Medical student at University of New Mexico

 


 *^ Benjamin Estabrook (Environmental Chemistry 2009). M.S. candidate in Environmental Policy & Economics at Georgetown University

 Elizabeth Kelley (Environmental Policy 2009). Senior research analyst, applying to graduate school in public health

Emily Picciotto (Environmental Chemistry 2009). Veterinary student at Tufts University


Ryder Musselman (Geology 2008). Environmental (geology) consulting

Laura Kuhl (Conservation Biology and Sociology/Anthropology 2007)


 *^ Ross Lieb-Lappen (Environmental Chemistry 2007). Ph.D. candidate in Engineering at Dartmouth College

  ^ Katie Harrold (Environmental Chemistry 2006.5). Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Chemistry at University of North Carolina

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