Nicole Wershoven (BIO, '17) is accepted to UVM Medical School

Star Castleton biology major, chemistry and math tutor, and soccer player, Nicole Wershoven, will soon be attending UVM medical school.

Katelynn Leavey ('17) accepted into PA program at Albany Medical College

Starting in January 2018, Biology major Katelynn Leavey (2017) will be attending Albany Medical College to earn her Master's in Physical Therapy.

Dr. Palmer and Dr. Garcia are awarded molecular biology equipment from the Vermont Genetics Network

The shared research lab was able to secure a range of molecular biology equipment from the Vermont Genetics Network including two centrifuges, a Qubit fluorometer (measure nucleic acid concentrations accurately), a PCR machine, and several other small pieces of equipment.

Eli Appleton ('17) to teach in northern VT

Environmental science major Eli Appleton (2017) recently landed a position teaching 9th grade earth science at North Country High School in Vermont.

Marissa Smyrski ('14) earns Ph.D and starts her PT career

Health Science major Marissa Smyrski (2014) recently graduated from the University of Rhode Island Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. She has accepted a position at Elite Physical Therapy in Coventry, RI, where she starts in August.

Chelsea Grady ('16) accepted to M.S. program in nursing

After graduation, Health Science major Chelsea Grady (2016) took a job as a trainer with Athlete's Edge. Chelsea was recently accepted into the Master of Science in Nursing program at DePaul University in Chicago and will start there in January 2018.

Mercedes Maltbie ('13) earns doctorate, lands job as Pharmacist

Biology major Mercedes Maltbie (2013) recently earned her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Midwestern University in Arizona. She just started a job as a Registered Pharmacist (RPh) in Arizona.

Meeghan Doris ('17) working as a medical assistant

Meeghan Doris, health science major/biology minor, class of 2017 is currently working as a medical assistant at Spring Lake Ranch Therapeutic Community, which provides residential treatment for people with mental illnesses and/or co-occurring disorders. She will soon be applying to PA and OT schools.

Erin Cournoyer ('17) working towards Optometry school

Biology major Erin Cournoyer (2017) landed a job as an optometric technician during her gap year before applying to Optometry schools. She will be using this time to study for the OAT exam.

Amber Clark secures position at the Salk Institute of Research

Amber Clark (Biology major, 2016) will be working as a lab technician at the Salk Institute, a premier research institute in California as well as serving as a science tutor on the local Native American reservation.