Nikita La Cruz is pursuing an MS in geology at the University of South Florida.
Alexis Moyer is pursuing an MS in geography at the University of British Columbia.
Rebecca Taormina is pursuing an MS in Earth and Quaternary Studies at Indiana State University.
Cashin Conover is pursuing an MA in design at Corcoran College.
Lauren Brauer is pursuing a law degree at Loyola University Chicago.
Brian Kelly is pursuing an MFA at American University's Environmental Filmmaking Center.
Olivia Haddad is working on a MA in social work and public health at the University of Pittsburgh.
Greg Baron is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University
Danielle Bates is working on a PhD in Marine Science at the University of Delaware.
Stu Brown is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University.
Traci Bullock is a graduate student at the University of Maryland, with a fellowship to investigate the population dynamics of marine organisms in Chesapeake Bay. She is also teaching 8th grade science at Briggs Chaney Middle School in Burtonsville, Maryland.
Jason Bodwell was a policy analyst for DynCorp, a major environmental consulting firm in Washington, D.C. He is now a graduate student in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
Chris Bruno is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University
Sara Campbell is conducting research in Antarctica as part of her MS in Geological Sciences at Indiana University- Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Michelle Cavanaugh finished an MS in Hydrology at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Cary Chadwick is a Geospatial Technology Analyst at the University of Connecticut and a co-author of: Gilmore, MS, EH Wilson, N Barrett, D.L. Civco, S. Prisloe, J.D. Hurt and C. Chadwick. 2008. Integrating multi-temporal spectral and structural information to map wetland vegetation in a lower Connecticut River tidal marsh. Remote Sensing of Environment. 11(15): 4048-4060.
Tara Elgie was a policy analyst for DynCorp. She is now studying environmental law at the University of Richmond Law School.
Paul Herzer is a graduate student in toxicology at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
Alex Horning is pursuing a law degree at William and Mary.
Jason Hummel is a graduate student in energy and resource policy at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
Jenny Jackson is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University.
Peter Katz is finishing an MS degree at Columbia University with a focus on planning and plans to pursue an MBA.
Darby Kiley worked as a restoration ecologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the Rio Grande at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge before moving to the Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. She is now a graduate student in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University.
Lucas Kimball works on his family's coffee plantation near Rio de Janeiro and plans to attend graduate school in environmental geology.
Jeff Kitchens was assistant director of environmental and outdoor education at Camp Friendship in Palmyra, Va. He is now a graduate student in forestry at Colorado State University.
Andrew Lavenburg, an ecosystems analyst with the U.S. Geological Survey in the Florida Everglades and Chesapeake Bay, has been accepted to begin his graduate studies at Duke University.
Mark Lewis is a graduate student in applied ecology and conservation biology at Frostburg State University in Maryland.
Sarah Lilley completed an MS in Environmental Engineering at the University of New Hampshire.
Tasha Gownaris is working on her PhD at Stony Brook University.
Kristin Igusky is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University.
Tim Maguire is a graduate student in geography at Portland State University, where he is specializing in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Julie Markus is working in Iceland and Alaska (below) as part of her graduate degree at the Byrd Polar Research Center at the Ohio State University.
Alexis Melusky finished an MS in Planning at the University of Pennsylvania.
Tom Merce is working on an MS in Planning at the Ohio State University.
Emily Montgomery is pursuing an environmental law degree at the University of Vermont.
Katie Myer is pursuing an MS in Environmental Science with the University of Denver.
Tara O'Shea is pursuing a Masters in Environmental Management at Duke University.
Colleen Patterson won a three-year scholarship to attend Seton Hall University Law School.
Scott Randall does field work for the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection in Maryland and is a graduate student in the Environmental Policy Program at Johns Hopkins University.
Andy Reed is pursuing a PhD in Chemical Oceanography at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Mark Rostafin was project scientist at Air Pollution Characterization and Control, an environmental consulting firm in Connecticut, and now coordinates pollution site screening for EA Engineering, Science and Technology, a firm in Maryland. He is also in the graduate program at Johns Hopkins University.
James Simino is a graduate student at Oregon State University, where he conducts field surveys on threatened species for the Bureau of Land Management.
Christopher Stella earned a master's degree in environmental health from SUNY-Stony Brook, and is now in law school.
Laurie Syphard is a graduate student at Penn State University where she is pursuing a Masters of Education in Earth Sciences.
George Torgun is studying environmental law and policy at the University of Michigan Law School.
Rachael Wagaman was a wildlife educator at the Miami Museum of Science. She is now in the graduate program in the Marine Affairs Program at the University of Miami, working on Florida Bay plankton dynamics with the Ocean Chemistry Department.
Jon Walter is working on a PhD in Environmental Science at the University of Virginia.
Lyle Whitney is a graduate student in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
Christine Urbanowicz is working on her PhD in Geography at the University of North Carolina.
Matt Yergey is working on an MS at Rutgers University at the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences.