People

Current students

Jadesse Chan ’22

Kobe Bins ’23

Maryella Cohn ’22

Katie Tucker ’21

Former students

John McArthur ’21

Maria Popescu ’21, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Baylor

R. Peter Dorn ’20

Brian Christman ’21

Allison Young ’19

Aidan O’Reilly ’18, vet school, Georgia

Claire Levesque ’19

Patrick Leavey III ’17, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Johns Hopkins

Luke Malanchuk ’17, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Illinois

Mac Wilson ’17

Rejina Fahhoum ’17

Andres Miller ‘16, Peace Corps, Ethiopia

Emma Jackson ‘16, Cheistry, USC

Garrett Minor ‘16 

John Selman ‘16, med school, North Texas

Joseph Gross ‘16 

Mitch Trychta ’16, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Toronto 

Alison Hanson ’15, Geography, Texas A&M 

Alix Matthews ’14, Biology, Arkansas State 

Boomer Malanchuk ’14, Natural Science, SUNY Plattsburg; Fisheries and Wildlife, KSU 

Jackson Roberts ’14, Fisheries, Auburn; Museum of Natural Science, LSU 

Erica Blustein ’14, Medical school, Arkansas 

Maggie Klusman ’14, PA school, Nova Southeastern

John Menz ’14, Peace Corps, Paraguay 

Steven Badami ’14, med school, Saba University

Ryan Conley ‘13 Field researcher, Bat Conservation International 

Jordan Robinson '13, Environmental education, Montana and Tetons Science Schools

Morgan Slevin ’12, Biology, Arkansas State; Biological Sciences, Florida Atlantic

Jared Swenson ’12, Environmental Science teacher, Arkansas; Biology, Northern Arizona  

Brad Hensley ’12, Aerospace Engineering, UC Boulder

Tyler Moore ’11, Medic, US Army Special Forces; PA school, Wake Forest

Michael Matthews ’10, Sales, Washington DC 

Brandon Newcomb ’10, Dentistry ’14, VCU  

Derek Schook ’07, MS Ecology ’12, Colorado State; PhD Geosciences, Colorado State

TWo male students  wearing colorful socks
Steven Badami ’14
a female student with a baseball cap holds a small bird in her hand
Maggie Klusman ’14
a young man looks through binoculars in a wooded area
Morgan Slevin ’12
a young man holds a blue bird in his hand
Brad Hensley ’12
a male student holds a small bird in the palm of his hand
John Menz ’14