2005-2001 Graduates

2005-2001 Graduates

Lynne (Hunt) Hyman (‘05 – BS CHEM) Ph.D., Duke University, 2011; She is an Instructor and General Chemistry Lab Manager at Duke University.

Sara E. (Nichols) Hayik (‘05 – BS CHEM) Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; She is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at DeSales University.

Matt Perekupka ('05 - BS CHEM) He is a High School Chemistry Teacher at Cinnaminson High School, New Jersey.

Thomas H. Walls (’05 – BS CHEM) Ph.D. University of Virginia, JD Temple University Beasley School of Law; He is a Patent Attorney with the firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP.

William M. Yourey (’05 – BS CHEM) Graduate Student, Rutgers.

Sera M. Bargo (’04 – BS CHEM) MS in Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Wyoming (expected 2008); She is currently a graduate student at the University of Wyoming.

James M. Borden (’04 – BS BIOCH) He is currently a Research Assistant at Loyola University in Chicago.

Clee P. Brun (‘04 – BSE) He is a High School Chemistry Teacher for the Unionville Chadds Ford School District.

Katie L. Ciesienski (‘04 – BS CHEM) She is a Graduate Student at Duke University.

Thomas J. Dennes (‘04 – BS CHEM) MA in Chemistry; Ph.D., Princeton University; He is working as a Research Chemist at DuPont Central Research and Development.

Mary (Crowell) Falcone ('04 – BS CHEM) Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (2013);  She is a Senior Research Investigator at the UPenn Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Nicotine Addiction.

Douglas Hildrew ('04 – BS BIOCHEM) MS ('06), Drexel; MD ('10) SUNY Upstate Medical University;  He completed his residency in otolaryingology (head and neck surgery) at Tulane University School of Medicine ('15) and a fellowship in otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center ('17). He practices otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery at Yale University as an assistant professor in the medical school ('17 - present).

Civia A. Katz (‘04 – BS) She is a Doctoral Graduate Student in the Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Michael J. Morris (‘04 – BS) He is a Biotransformation scientist at Glaxo Smith Kline.

Hallena R. Rogers (‘04 – BS) MS, University of Arizona; She is a Process Staff Chemist at Merck and Co.

Jeffrey A. Rood (‘04 – BS) Ph.D., University of Notre Dame; He will start a tenure track appointment at Elizabethtown College in 2009.

Michael R. Stump (‘04 – BS POLY) He is an Analytical Chemist at Johnson & Johnson-Merck Consumer Pharmaceuticals in Lancaster, PA.

Jessica E. Berger (‘03 – BS POLY) MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006; MBA, Penn State University (expected 2008); She is a Graduate Assistant at Pennsylvania State University.

Emily Breneman (‘03 – BS) MA Chemistry, Princeton University (2005); She is a Senior Research Technician at Vector Biolabs, Inc.

Edward D'Antonio (‘03 – BS BIOCHEM) Ph.D. North Carolina State University; He is an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Structural Biology at the University of South Carolina, Beaufort. His research focus has been on the X-ray crystallography of drug targets found in parasitic organisms that cause disease, such as the Leishmania species. He is also teaching Biochemistry I.

Jaclyn A. Iera (‘03 – BS BIOCHEM) Ph.D., Northwestern University; She is a Chemist working for the Federal Government.

Mai (Nguyen) Jacques (‘03 – BS) Ph.D., University of Maine; She is a Senior Chemist at Lancaster Laboratories.

Joseph Lepo (‘03 – BA) MS, Environmental Education, Nova. Southeastern University; He is a Chemistry & AP Chemistry Teacher at Lake Worth High School in the School District of Palm Beach in Florida.

Laura A. McJilton (‘03 – BS) MS, Rice University (still going….); She is a Graduate Student at Rice University. Planning to finish up in May. Starting 6 months of sponsored research (last PhD chapter) at Wright Patterson Airforce Lab in Ohio in November.

Raymond Pugh ('03 - BS) Ph.D., in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Lehigh University; He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at PSU.

Matthew D. Spahr (‘03 – BA) He is an Honors & AP Chemistry Teacher at Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, PA.

Dave Turner (‘03 – BS BIOCHEM) Ph.D., The Ohio State University - 2009. He is an adjunct faculty member at Wright State University and the recipient of the WSU 2017 Science & Mathematics Outstanding Teaching Award.

Joy M. (Ort) Welty (‘03 – BS BIOCH) MD (In progress) She is interested in neurosurgery/endocrinology and is applying to medical school.

Mark L. Hlavinka (‘02 – BS) He is a Graduate Student in area of inorganic chemistry at Harvard University.

Colleen Neal ('02-BS) PhD., Indiana University. She is an Analytical Chemist at Proctor and Gamble.

Kristin L. Reigle (‘02 – BS BIOCH) She is currently in the Pharmacy Program at Temple University School of Pharmacy (degree expected May 2010).

Clifford I. Stains (‘02 – BS BIOCH) Ph.D. (expected 2008) from the University of Arizona.

Matthew W. Stoltzfus (‘02 – BS) Ph.D., Ohio State University; He will start an appointment as a lecturer in general and inorganic chemistry at Ohio State University.

Lisa A. Winkler (‘02 – BS ENVC) '08 MS in Chemistry, St. Louis University; She is a Senior Research Chemist at Coviden/Mallinckrodt Inc.

Sam Courbis (‘01 – BA) He obtained a Master's degree in Chemistry from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2010.

Stephanie L. (Smith) Cleary (‘01 – BS ENVC) She is a Lead Quality Auditor for Merck and Co., Inc., in Durham, NC. She is currently working on a start-up facility that will manufacture vaccines against measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox and shingles.

Carlyn E. (Frey) Fryberger (‘01 – BS ENVC) Secondary Certification in Chemistry, MS Mississippi State University (2013); She works as a Gifted and Talented Education Implementation Specialist in Leadership at the San Antonio Independent School District.

Joe Pigga ('01- BS) He is currently in the Ph.D. program at Lehigh University.

Luis A. Ralat (‘01 – BS BIOCH) Ph.D., University of Delaware; He has accepted a post-doctoral position at the University of Chicago beginning SU07 working with Dr. Tang, a professor who works with the insulin-degrading enzyme that is thought to be involved in diabetes as well as Alzheimer's disease.

Robert Smith (‘01 – BS) He is a Research Chemist I at Fujifilm Electronic Materials.