More than 85% of graduates who have applied to graduate schools in the past five years have been accepted with full funding. All graduates in the past five years who sought professional positions related to their degrees were hired within weeks of graduation.


Courtney Bickel ’16 is employed at the Dolphin Research Center at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Samantha DiLorenzo ’14 is employed as a technician for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Alaina Gercak ’15 is employed as a campaign organizer at PennEnvironmental in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Tori Gray ’16 conducts sea turtle research on Little St. Simon’s Island for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Kelsey Kohrs ’14 recently completed a marine mammal internship with Disney.

Benjamin Krouse ’14 works as an environmental specialist for Schlumberger Petrochemical.

Truc Ly ’18 is pursuing a master’s degree in public health at Yale's School of Public Health, where she is focusing her studies on environmental health sciences.

Erin Netoskie ’17 has been admitted into the tropical conservation biology and environmental science program at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.

Patrick Oelschlager ’14 is currently employed as a residence director at Juniata College Raystown Field Station.

Kari Smith ’16 works as a field technician studying small animals with the National Ecological Observatory Network in Wisconsin.

Becca Strohm ’13 is employed through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Through her year-long commitment, Becca will work with Green Team, in Portland, Ore., where she instructs k-12 students in restoring Portland’s watersheds.