Many graduates of the program have obtained employment with government agencies, private industry, and non-governmental organizations. Others have gone on to doctoral programs at leading universities, or to advanced training in medical or other health professions. A sampling of achievements by graduates of the master's program in biological sciences is given below.
Charles Ardizzone (1996): Biologist, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, AK.
Chad Cornelius (2006): Research Associate, Vaccinex, Rochester, NY
Lou DiDone (2005): Research Laboratory Technician, University of Rochester
Tim Emerson (1999): Genecor Corporation, Rochester, NY.
Jason Hagen (1997): Genecor Corporation, Rochester, NY.
Greg Jones (1997): Biology instructor, Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL; PhD student, Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Florida.
Steven Joule (1996): Wildlife biologist, New York State Department of Conservation, New Paltz, NY.
Greg Lampman (1998): Ecologist, Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY.
Mary Merner (1998): Pure Waters.
Tony Mirando (2004): Research Laboratory Technician, University of Rochester
Christopher Roberts (1996): Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy, Nashville, TN.
Judy Robinson (2000): Ecologist, Dewberry and Davis Consultants, Washington, DC.
John Terninko (2001): Center for Environmental Information.
Ken Weaver (1999): Biologist, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
last updated 01/19/2006