After graduation I accepted a commission in the Army and retired as a
Colonel in Military Intelligence in 2009. Along the way, I earned a Master of
Science in Educational Leadership and a Master of Strategic Studies. My Wife
graduated from SU with a BS in Nursing and our daughter will be visiting
Salisbury University this summer as she decides where she'd like to attend
Since graduating I went on to get my master's degree in education. I
taught 7th grade science for 7 years then became a science coach for 2
years. Currently I am a mobile science teacher. I travel to different
schools within my county and get to do labs with students in grades K-8. I
bring in equipment and resources students may not otherwise get to use
which makes them feel like real scientists.
After brief employment at Intervet in Millsboro DE, I moved to
Baltimore and worked for two years at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in
the Department of Physiology. While there, I obtained a Masters in
Environmental Science from JHU. From 1998-2007, I worked at the Institute
of Human Virology on an environmental project. While there, I had a unique
collaboration and obtained a PhD in Aquatic Ecology at the University of
Kalmar in Sweden (2008). From 2007-2011, I worked at the Center of Marine
Biotechnology. In 2012, I moved to California to begin a post-doctoral
fellowship at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.
I am now a proud employee of The Laboratory of Molecular Technology,
SAIC-Frederick, Frederick National Lab, a contractor of NCI/NIH. I am so
glad to finally be putting all my knowledge and experience to good use. I
hopefully will be getting my own project soon on developing a gene
expression platform to be used for pharamacogenetics, which will
ultimately be helpful to create personalized drugs that would increase
individual response rates.
During my years at SU I worked for the
USFWS at Blackwater National Wilife Refuge doing mostly invasive species
work. After graduating I went to work for USDA Wildlife Services in
Annapolis. At Wildlife Sevices I worked mostly with the public solving
wildlife-human conflicts (overpopulated deer, resident geese, vulture
roosts, etc.) After three years with USDA I accepted a permanent position
with the MD Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife and Heritage Service
as a Wildlife Response Technician responding to wildlife emergencies and
working with landowners, primarily farmers, solve wildlife damage issues
in Kent and Queen Annes counties.
I finished medical school at UMDNJ-SOM in 2010. From there I did my
internship at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh. I am currently an anesthesia
resident at Penn State Hershey, about to finish my PGY-3 year.
I have worked in a cancer research lab for 4 years in Baltimore, then
switched over to work in IT in the Public Health field.
After graduation I accepted a commission in the Army and retired as a Colonel
in Military Intelligence in 2009. Along the way, I earned a Master of Science in
Educational Leadership and a Master of Strategic Studies. My Wife graduated from
SU in 1984 with a BS in Nursing and our daughter will be visiting Salisbury
University this summer as she decides where she'd like to attend college.
Graduated from University of South Florida with my M.A.T. in Science
Education and certified to teach Biology in grades 6-12. Due to a teacher hiring
freeze, got hired back as a 911 Dispatcher and now a Ed.D. student in Higher
Education and Adult Learning via Walden University. Should be graduating Jan
After graduation in 1981 I went to grad school for a few years and then
started working in the Microbiology Lab at Bristol Myers in Syracuse NY in 1983.
We moved to Connecticut in 1986. I
moved into Clinical Research in the infectious disease group in '87 and
left for GlaxoSmithkline (Glaxo) in 1994. I am now Director of Respiratory
clinical Research and study the effect of asthma and COPD medications.
I worked in Madison, WI as a Patent Agent (2008). I am now
back on the east coast and working in the Technology Transfer department at The
Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. I have
been here for nearly two years and this has been by far the most rewarding
experience, as our department patents and commercializes inventions coming out
of the DoD research university, Uniformed Services University of the Health
Sciences. I am also pursuing a M.S. degree at Johns Hopkins University in
After leaving, then SSU, I worked 8 years in a biological
science lab for the USDA. There I helped to support research in parasitology
working primarily with large farm animals that entered the retail food market,
and help train packing plant employees to ensure an export of horse meat to the
EU. I received my M.S. in Environmental Management in '05 and my M.A.T. in
Teaching in '07. I have been working in a high needs Baltimore County school
since receiving my M.A.T as a middle school science teacher. I credit some of my
awesome SSU Biology teachers for enhancing my passion for the sciences. I
especially credit Dr. Chris Briand, who was such a positive influence during my
time at SSU.
Soon after graduation, spend 12 years in U.S.A.F. as a
firefighter and 911 Dispatcher. After separating, was hired as a Dispatcher for
a military base fire department. During those 5 years, I worked on and finally
graduated with my M.A.T. in Science Education from the University of South
Florida in 2010. Due to teacher cut backs, decided and became a student in Ed.D.
program in Higher Education and Adult Learning via Walden University.
I have a job with Verizon as a sales consultant. Not
really in the science field but they are paying for me to go to graduate school
online and I'm getting some sales experience under my belt before I try to go
into the competitive field of pharmaceutical sales (and back into the field of
science where my interests are).
I went to New York Chiropractic College graduated in 2009.
I am now a doctor of chiropractic and just opened up my own practice last month
After graduating from Salisbury University, I continued on
to graduate school and I am currently working toward my Masters of Science in
Biotechnology at Johns Hopkins University.
I have been working for the Department of Health
and Mental Hygiene as a Public Health Laboratory Scientist in Baltimore. They
have entry level positions with great benefits and many holidays. I highly
recommend looking here after graduation, go to www.maryland.gov under state jobs
for more information.
I am currently an Emergent Infectious Disease Fellow with the Association of
Public Health Labs and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I am
working at the State Hygienic Lab at the University of Iowa. I am doing training
rotations through virology, food-borne disease,
environmental monitoring and serology.
After graduation, I worked for the Florida Marine Research Institute in St.
Petersburg, FL before returning to Maryland in 2000 to teach high school
science in Columbia. In 2003 I left to pursue a Master of Public Administration
degree with concentrations in Environmental Policy and Coastal Town Management
at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. It is a great school in a
wonderful location and I urge SU grads to look at it if they are interested in
continuing their education. They also have a great Marine Science program. After
graduating in 2005, I was accepted into the PhD program in the school of
Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University. My dissertation
targets coastal watershed restoration and management using the National Estuary
Program sites in Tampa and Sarasota, FL. I plan to finish and graduate this
After graduating from SSU in 1998, I completed a Ph.D. from the Temple
University Department of Pharmacology. I studied G protein-coupled receptor
signaling events that occur during platelet activation. My post-doctoral
research was done at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. I focused on RNAi techniques
to decipher G protein signaling events in cancer. In the last year, I became a
Pharmacologist in the Oncology division of the Food and Drug Administration. I
evaluate in vitro and in vivo pharmacology and toxicology data that are required
of pharmaceuticals as they progress from first-in-man trials through final drug
approval. These non-clinical data identify drug-related toxicities in target
organs, identify a safe starting dose in initial clinical trial, and determine
proper monitoring in the trials.
am a graduate student at
the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the department of
Microbiology. I work in a bioinformatics lab with a focus
on viral evolution. I am also a co-chair for
UAB's Industry Roundtable, it's a student
organization, and we try to teach other students about "alternative"
scientific careers (not trying to get tenure in academia). I hike often,
I live with several fish (including GloFish!), 2 lizards, a snake, and
After graduation, I conducted a research
fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. During that time, I
submitted my medical school applications and went on interviews. Now, I
am a medical student at Georgetown University School of Medicine, class
of 2013. I am proud to be an alumnus of Salisbury University. It has
prepared me well for my endeavor to become a physician!
I've moved to NJ and currently work as a
Research Biochemist at Merck (Rahway, NJ). I work in the Clinical
Development Laboratory, and our main focus is the development and
validation of esoteric assays to measure pharmacodynamic biomarkers for
clinical trials (phase 1 and 2a).
After graduating SU in 2002, I worked for Johns Hopkins Dept of
Pathology at the medical campus in Baltimore before moving on to a
career with Merck.
My experience at SU, including my independent research with Dr. Kim
Hunter (crab genetics), has prepared me well for a career in
science/biotech. I still support the SU soccer team and try to make it
back to Salisbury for the annual alumni game and tour the campus to see
if I can find any faculty hanging around. I must say that I am a bit
jealous of the new science facilities since I've graduated.
I have begun working at
the Medical Biotechnology Center at the
University of Maryland Baltimore as a research assistant for
neurodegenerative diseases. We study the role of protein misfolding, and
the critical role of the ubiquitin-proteasome system in
neurodegenerative disease. I am also practicing RNAi in C. elegans,
and glutathione S-transferase techniques, among others.
After graduating from SU
in 2007, I did a one year post-bac at the National Cancer Institute
looking at meiotic recombination in Dr. Michael Lichten's lab. I have
recently finished my 1st year as a PhD student at The Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine and I am working on my dissertation in the
Pharmacology department under Dr. Sean Taverna focusing on
post-translational modifications of histones in Saccharomyces
I am currently teaching.
Dr. Grogan always knew that I loved to talk. I graduated from SSU with a
degree in Biology in 1999. I then returned to SU for the accelerated
second degree program in Nursing.
I have been teaching high
school biology, anatomy and biotechnology for the past 8 years. Prior to
that, I worked as a lab technician and an outdoor educator.
After spending a year
working with Dr. Emmert and Bdellovibrio I decided I wanted to go into
research. I have since graduated from VA Tech with my Masters in
Microbiology. While there, I decided I liked teaching better than
research, so I will be finished with my Masters of Arts in Teaching in
Spring 2009 from SU.
one month after my graduation I was recruited by Charles River
Laboratories, one of the prominent leaders in animal research, to work
as a CRT (Corporate Response Team) member. As a CRT, I have the
opportunity to become licensed as a LAT (Laboratory Animal Technician),
which I will do very shortly, and also have the opportunity to travel
across then nation. I am based in Germantown Maryland and am greatly
looking forward to finally getting into some research (see Dr. Williams,
I told you I’d work on it!). PS- Put your resume on Monster.com,
Careerbuilders.com, or any other resume site; that is how they found me
and I highly recommend it to everyone!
currently working for HydroGeoLogic, Inc. as a contractor for the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers. I also work part time at the National Aquarium
in Baltimore in their Education Department.
I am currently working
in a law firm in Madison, WI as a Biotech Patent Agent.
leaving SSU I spent some time at Georgetown University where I received
a Masters in Biotechnology and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology. After that, I continued my training and education while
employed at the NIH/NIDCR. All of the while the forces of the evil dark
side of science (you know, INDUSTRY!) began to
pull me in. Finally, a few years ago I left NIH to work at a wonderful
biotechnology/diagnostics company in
Gaithersburg, MD. It has been a great ride that started in a little lab
in Devilbiss hall working with some crazy pink-pigmented bacteria. What
a long, strange trip its been!
University of Delaware
for a Masters in Entomology and Applied Ecology; and off to Rutgers
University (NJ) for a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution.
am working for the American Red Cross in the Biomedical Division as a
I am employed as the Deputy Associate Director for Science at the White
House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
I am working for SAIC Inc. as the Navy National Environmental Policy
Act(NEPA) Program Manager.
I work at Assateague
Island National Seashore as an Estuarine Ecologist.
I recently got a job in
the FBI's DNA crime lab in Quantico.
After attending Dr. Frana's class on Virology I knew I was hooked on
infectious diseases. I spent 10 years working in a BSL-3 HIV lab
conducting viral reduction studies for a major Pharma company. I since
have moved over into the area of Biological Safety as a Biosafety
Officer overseeing Biosafety & security.
I am currently attending
University of Maryland - School of Medicine.
I work for Living
Classrooms of the National Capital Region as the Director of After
School Programs (a non-profit providing hands-on education in
environmental science and cultural arts to at risk youth in Washington
I spent 5 1/2 years
working in biomedical research at the NIH. I then transitioned into
administration and outreach in a position where I recruited high school,
undergraduate, and graduate students as well as postdoctoral fellows,
and I also maintained our institute's website. I am now pursuing a
different career path and am working towards a Master of Forensic
Sciences degree with a concentration in High Tech Crime Investigation.
Working on my Ph.D in biochemistry.
I received my Master of
Science degree from Johns Hopkins in December 2006. I am currently
working at Maryland Environmental Service (with some other SSU grads!)
as an Environmental Specialist.
Assistant for Chesapeake College.
I went on to get a Masters
Degree from Johns Hopkins University in Environmental Science and
Policy. I work at an engineering consulting firm, KCI Technologies,
Inc., in the environmental planning department. I work on NEPA documents
for various transportation and other projects.
I'm in my first year of
medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bratenton
Fl. So basically I study :) But I am for sure enjoying myself!
am working for a pharmaceutical company called Merial Select, Inc. I do
Quality Control testing for avian vaccines. Also, I am studying to take
my GRE's and hopefully attend UGA to get my masters in Genetics and work
my way to a PhD. Eventually I'd like to teach Genetics to college
I am a pediatric and adult
genetic counselor at the University of Maryland Baltimore.br>
Currently I am working on
obtaining my Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University
of Maryland - Baltimore County. I will hopefully be graduating in May
2007...and then who knows!
am currently working in the emergency department at Monmouth Medical
Center as a Medical Technician. I enjoy my job tremendously. I work
hands on with every patient that comes into the ED. I feel in my element
with the pace and the nature of the job. I was a biology major and chem
minor and have found that I really need to continue my education to find
a career position in my field. I hope to start an accelerated nursing
program in the fall. It is a twelve month program. After this I plan to
work at an ER nurse and possibly continue my education in physician's
assistant programs or nurse practitioner.
Forensic Chemist-Anne Arundel County Police Department
Working at University of Maryland, Baltimore working with a research team
on Lung and Prostate Cancer. Also teaching Anatomy and Physiology at
Howard Community College in Columbia, MD.
am currently a seasonal Biological Science Technician for the Resource
Division of the National Park Service. I have worked at Assateague
Island doing vegetation, avian and GIS work, but more recently have been
working for Exotic Plant Management Teams (EPMT) in the west, including
Lake Mead National Recreation Area and Glacier National Park. I recently
accepted a job as the EPMT Crew Leader for Yellowstone National Park
next season. I find this work to be challenging, yet rewarding and would
encourage ecology-minded students to get involved with this type of
After graduation I began working at Northwest High School in Montgomery
County, MD where I still teach. I currently teach 9th grade physical
science and 11th grade chemistry. I recently earned my Masters in
Education and certification in Biology & Chemistry.
have been teaching Biology and Chemistry at South River High School in
Edgewater, Maryland, and working on my masters in evolution biology and
I am working as an
optometrist for the U.S. Navy. Currently I am stationed at the submarine
base in Groton, Connecticut.
Following graduation I worked for a year at the Wildlife Habitat Council
in Silver Springs and then got picked up by US Fish and Wildlife Service
Blackwater Refuge/Chesapeake Marshland Complex as a Park Ranger and
Wildland Fire Fighter for four years. I spent one more year working at
Patuxent Research Refuge as a Refuge Operations Specialist and then put
in my papers to join the US Air Force which is what I have been doing
for the past four years.
spent one year working for the Wildlife Habitat Council in Silver
Springs and then landed a job at the Wildfowl Trust of North America in
Grasonville as an educator and worked my way up to site administrator.
After five years at the Trust I followed Jennifer to assignments in FL
and TX where I worked for a variety of researchers doing everything from
fisheries biology surveys with FL Fish and Wildlife Service to waterfowl
surveys with the University of Nevada in Northern California. I am
currently working on a MS in Biology with an emphasis on education.
Currently working as a Natural Resources Planner for the Maryland
Department of the Environment in Baltimore, MD.
I was hired as a Research
and Development Specialist at AthenaES (www.athenaes.com.) I design and
implement experimental design from genetic design and engineering all
the way downstream to biochemistry and protein purification.
Currently, I am the Energy Efficiency Program Manger with the Maryland
Energy Administration. Since graduating from Salisbury in 2000, I have
worked for The Delaware Dept of Natural Resources & Environmental
Control as an Environmental Scientist and a Planner in the Delaware
Energy Office. I became a Certified Energy Manager in 2006.
Working as an Environmental Scientist outside of Alexandria, VA.
Projects include those related to tidal and non-tidal wetlands,
freshwater streams, freshwater fisheries, SAVs, forestry and water
quality. Pursing a Masters in Environmental Science and Policy with a
concentration in Ecological Management at Johns Hopkins University in
am currently teaching Chemistry at River Hill High School in Howard
County, Maryland. I have been teaching there since graduating from SU. I
hope to complete my master's degree in Educational Administration from
McDaniel College in spring 2008.
Alumni Relations & Annual Fund Program Coordinator.
Employed by University of
Maryland Cooperative Extension Service
Let's see... I started a PhD program in Molecular Bio at the U of Arizona,
got sick of it, left for med school (EVMS), but decided against that
after orientation, and returned to Arizona to finish up a masters' in
biotechnology. Currently I am working for The Critical Path Institute
and the Arizona Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics, in
Tucson, AZ. I work with rare disease projects; more specifically I help
set up rare disease registries.
am completing a one year masters program in physiology and biophysics at
Georgetown University. Also, I will be attending the University of
Maryland School of Medicine in the Fall.
am currently teaching as an adjunct for University of Delaware and
Environmental research for the University of Maryland, primarily looking
at benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in agriculturally influenced
watersheds, I'm also working on a project studying the effects of
antifouling paints in coastal waters.
will graduate from University of MD, Baltimore School of Dentistry in
May 2007. I will start working as a general dentist in Massachusetts in
am currently working at Intervet Inc. in the Quality Control Dept. I
have been there for 6 years. I loved my time at SSU (when I was a
student). I'd love to hear more about the new science building.
am currently working as an orthopedic physician assistant in Annapolis,
graduated with a masters degree in occupational therapy from Towson U. I
am currently working on a prn basis at Sinai Hospital(Baltimore).
Teaching 8th grade science in Seaford, Delaware.
Currently self-employed. Past employers: Baltimore Spice Company Noxell
Corporation Proctor and Gamble Corporation
I am teaching Biology and Chemistry at Stephen Decatur High School. I am
the head varsity field hockey coach for Decatur and in the summers have
worked as a mate on the Judith M and the Tortuga (ocean and bay head
boats) in Ocean City.
am a Secondary Science Specialist (high school curriculum) for the
Delaware Department of Education.
I'm currently a masters student at Towson University working towards a
masters in environmental biology. My thesis is focused on looking at the
effects of clay, both through shading and phosphorus kinetics, on algal
establishment, physiological state, succession, and resistance to
disturbance. I am also a TA,
right now I help with lab set-up for a molecular biology class, and also
teach a section of genetics recitation. So far I'm really enjoying it!
am employed as a technical manager for a Swiss automation company
(Tecan) working in the Clinical and BioPharma industries.
am working as the Undergraduate Academic Advisor for Life Sciences at
the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). I work with
students who are majoring in Biological Sciences, Chemistry,
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and Bioinformatics & Computational
all! After I graduated I took some time to relax and then in October
2004 got involved with "On Assignment", basically a headhunter for
Biology and chemistry personalities. I was sent to interview and was
accepted within a day with a BioTech company called Moss, Inc. The
company specializes in liquid substrates and I work in the Research and
Development program as a Research Assistant to make protein conjugates.
After a 6 month trial period was over, Moss Inc. asked me to stay on as
a full-time employee and I am still with them and working hard! I work
in the research lab, wearing sneakers and jeans everyday, it is a great
job and I am learning a lot!
am currently a Maryland Special Police Officer, working for the
Department of Health and Mental Hygeine. I work at Eastern Shore
Hospital Center, a forensic psychiatric hospital in Cambridge, MD.
Environmental Scientist @ Fuller Hall & Associates, Inc. Salisbury, MD
Surveying, Engineering, and Planning Duties: Subdivision Design & Land
Planning ACOE Wetland Delineator Forest Conservation Qualified
Professional Landscape Design
Real Estate sales considering going back to graduate school.
am currently doing post-doctoral research at the National Institutes of
Health in Bethesda, MD. I am using low- and high-throughput RNAi
experiments to dissect the mechanism by which G protein-coupled
receptors regulate gene expression.
Attending veterinary school in "the islands." It's a tough life, but
someone has to do it.
first year after graduation I was a New Jersey Watershed Ambassador.
This was a volunteer position through Americorp where I was in charge of
the Mullica River watershed. I completed stream monitoring, school
presentations, partnership programs, and many other activities
throughout the state to spread the word about the importance of keeping
New Jersey's water clean. Currently, I am in the middle of my first year
teaching Biology, Chemistry, and Earth Science at Middle Township High
School in Cape May County, New Jersey. I am having a great time
spreading the love of Science to all of my students. They can't get
enough crazy science stories from my time at SU.
Working as a family physician in Preston MD. with my husband who is also a
Working as a Manufacturing Associate/Training Coordinator at Human Genome
Sciences in Rockville, MD
Working as a animal trainer at Discovery Cove a sister park of SeaWorld
Received MS in Biotechnology (1999) and PhD in Biochemistry (2001) from
Georgetown University. Postdoc at NIH-NIDCR for a few years. Now I am a
Scientist at MesoScale Diagnostics.
currently work for IssueTrak, Inc., a computer issue tracking software
developer in Va Beach. If you need any sort of help desk, customer
support or issue tracking software, please check us out at
www.issuetrak.com. I am also in training to become a minister and hope
to be moving to the United Kingdom at some point within the next three
to five years!
have been a science teacher in the state of Delaware for 17 years. I am
currently teaching 9th grade physical science and biology and am science
department chairman at Indian River High School. I am piloting a program
with a special education teacher where we are team teaching in college
preparatory classes ( most team situations are with the low level
Currently attending University of South Florida for M.A.T., Science
Education; U.S.A.F., 1992-2004, Firefighter and 911 Dispatcher; Currenty
work as 911 Dispatcher, MacDill AFB, Florida.
I'm currently working for a small pharmecutical company here in New
Jersey called Excelsior Medical as their primary quality control tester.
Production supervisor for Sherwin Williams.
am working on my Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Shenandoah University
in Winchester, VA.
After graduation, I worked in the biomedical field for three years. I just
recently quit to go to nursing school. I will be graduating from nursing
school in May of 08.
After graduating SSU, I earned a PhD in Cell Biology and Anatomy at LSU
Medical School in New Orleans. I did a post-doctoral fellowship in the
Dept of Cell and Molecular Biology at Northwestern Medical School in
Chicago and then returned to Maryland to do a second post-doctoral
fellowship at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital in the Pulmonary division
of the Department of Medicine. I decided that lab bench research wasn't
the life for me, and for the past two years I have been a biotechnology
patent examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria VA.
Right now I am a graduate researcher (in the Ph.D. program) at North
Carolina State University's Department of Entomology. My research is in
insect molecular systematics, and I study the evolutionary relationships
between lower fly families (Diptera: 'Nematocera'). This groups contains
numerous recognizable and important species, including mosquitoes, black
flies, sand flies, crane flies, gall midges, etc. I also received a M.S.
from the same department, on research involved with dung beetle
(Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae & Geotrupidae) populations on cattle pastures
and their implications for pasture improvement.
a 4th year medical student at Kansas City University of Medicine &
Biosciences, I am eagerly anticipating Match Day (March 15th). After
graduation in May (2007), I will move on to complete a General Surgery
Currently employed as: Associate Director of Global Regulatory Affairs and
Market Support Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Medicine Research and
Development Based out of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Responsible for licensure
of new veterinary biologicals (vaccines) for cattle, swine, cats, dogs,
and poultry. Responsible for currently licensed vaccines as well.
Teaching Biology and Forensics at Port Chester High School. In my 7th year
of teaching. Recently received my permanent NYS teaching certification.
Currently in my 2nd year pursuing a PhD in Natural Resources at Ohio
State. My concentration is Human Dimensions and Change Processes and my
areas of specialization are Water Policy, Environmental Psychology and
Institutional Analysis. My field research will take me back to coastal
North Carolina this fall and I hope to be wrapped up by June 2008.
Received PharmD from Auburn University in 2005. Did a post-graduate
residency in 2005-2006. Am now the Director of AUPCC Pharmacy and an
Assistant Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the Harrison School
of Pharmacy, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
STILL working at Giant Food grocery store, 20 years now. Recently applied
to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for a waterfowl biologist job in
the Atlantic Flyway, but was not selected. Have done some volunteer
work at Blackwater Refuge in Cambridge.Still live in the same house in
Fruitland where I was during my college years. Overall doing very well.
am currently in the STEM program at UMBC gaining a M.A in Teaching. I
spent over eight years working as a Biological Lab Tech for the USDA,
and now look forward to my new career as a middle school science teacher
am a pharmacist working for PPD as a consultant pharmacist and interim
Currently a third year medical student at Philadelphia College of
Osteopathic Medicine, PCOM. Will be graduating June 08, 2007.
Since graduation in 2002, I earned my M.A. in Film at the University of
Kansas ('05) and decided academia wasn't to my liking. I currently work
as a Lab Manager for Quest Diagnostics while attending Florida State
University for my Masters in Library and Information Science. I should
graduate next spring ('07) and hope to find work as an
archivist/preservationist. I miss everyone at Salisbury and the
University as a whole a great deal. I'd do it all over again in a heart
am getting ready to graduate from Tufts Veterinary School in May (2007).
Hello! I have been working in environmental education for the past six
years, first at the North Carolina Zoo and currently at the Philadelphia
Zoo. I work closely with our education herp collection (all of the cold
blooded critters), volunteers and interns. I have also been lucky enough
to be involved in a headstarting program with diamondback terrapins. My
experiences as an undergrad at SSU have stayed with me over the years
and continue to inspire my work. Hands-on learning gained from field
trips to local wetlands had such a lasting impact. I try to create
similar experiences for my own students and volunteers now. It is
wonderful to reconnect with old friends from SSU, it would be great to
hear about alumni who have gone into the field of environmental
education. I would also be happy to provide information about college
internships at the zoo.
am currently a firefighter/paramedic/emergency medical dispatcher for
the Dallas Fire Department.
Working as an Environmental Specialist at Maryland Environmental Service.
About to graduate from Johns Hopkins with an MS in Environmental Science
work as an Optometist in Columbia, MD. I had graduated from Pennsylvania
College of Optometry in 2003
am an industrial hygienist with the Social Security Administration
located in Baltimore, MD.
Responsible for sales of Oracle software to NASA and the Federal Aviation
Certified Physician Assistant with Christiana Care Health Services in
teach Human Anatomy and Physiology and Biology at Opelika High School
own my own Environmental Consulting Company
am teaching 7th grade Life Science and 9th grade Physical Science at
Worcester Prep in Berlin.
Although I graduated in 2003, I actually commenced pharmacy school August
1999 and graduated May 2003. Upon graduation I furthered my education by
doing a pharmacy practice residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Currently I am a pharmacist at Stony Brook University Medical Center in
New York. I owe a great deal to Mrs. McGlinchey, she was a tremendous
help and was very supportive in my decision to apply to pharmacy school.
am working in the QC department at Schering-Plough Animal Health in
Millsboro, DE. I work in the lab working with chicken embryos and avian
viruses as well as cell work. I also am involved in field work dealing
hands-on with adult chicken vaccinations and necropsies to determine
am currently the Vice Principal of New Milford High School located in
Bergen County, NJ. Prior to that I was the Athletic Director of New
Milford HS and a teacher of biology/ecology/marine biology for 2 years.
Before coming to New Milford I was a science teacher at Watchung Hills
Regional High School for 4 years. I taught biology, chemistry, marine
biology, and ecology. In 2003 I received a Master's Degree in
Educational Administration from East Stroudsburg University.
am working as a Senior Laboratory Manager at Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine. I completed my Masters in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins in
2000. I have been in my current position for about 5 years.
American Cancer Society employee, sharing health information and patient
services with the community and health care providers.
I'm currently working as a consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton providing
environmental consultation for Army ranges and training areas, munitions
items, and emerging contaminants. I oversee several Army projects and
manage multiple staff members. Some of my current work includes
environmental support to Army Transformation. Prior to that, I worked
for the U.S. Army Environmental Command managing Army-wide environmental
quality technology requirements to help the Army meet its compliance
requirements while getting critical technology programs funded.
I'm am beginning my fourth year at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic
Medicine. I'm currently getting ready to start applying to
residencies/internships in the fall. I will be moving around the next
year while I finish up my fourth year rotations. I have been living in
PA while going to school, but I would like to come back to MD for
residency and to practice.
much as I enjoyed biology, my career was short-lived due to a rare
strain I contracted called the "flying bug". After a few years in the
Navy I left to join the airlines and eventually flew for United
Airlines. I just finished my MBA at the University of Chicago and I am
embarking on yet another career change. I am now working in Mergers and
acquisitions of small companies here in Miami.
am working on my masters at FAU. I am also the executive chef for a
I'm currently working as an Aquatic Biologist at Wildlife International,
Ltd. in Easton, MD. It is an ecotoxicology laboratory and I primarily
work with aquatic and marine species such as fathead and sheepshead
minnow, rainbow trout, bluegill, daphinia and mysid shrimp. I run both
chronic and acute toxicology tests for international clients who are in
the environmental testing process for the various products they are
attempting to market. It is a GLP lab following OECD and OPPT guidlines
that meet EPA and international regulatory agencies.
Earned a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology @ ND State Univ. Currently employed by
USDA, APHIS, Plant Protection & Quarantine as a Regional Program
Manager, responsible for exotic plant pathogen programs in the Western
am currently practicing hospital medicine at Owensboro Medical Health
System as the Program Medical Director for Cogent Healthcare, Inc. Since
graduation I have finished medical school in Kansas City, served (again)
in the Air Force. Completed a Pediatric internship in Mississippi. Then
switched gears and did a Family Medicine residency in St. Louis. I
enjoyed my time at Salisbury and enjoyed school so much that I decided
to go back. I am now working on an MBA through George Washington
University. I specifically want to thank, once again, Drs. Holland,
Frana and Gehring for the wonderful job you guys do in helping to
prepare boneheads like myself to survive and even succeed.
Technical Coordinator for Maryland Coastal Bays Program since 2000. This
position entails tracking the implementation of the management plan for
the Coastal Bays, pursuing grants to support the non-profit,
facilitating volunteer water quality monitoring program as well as an
annual horseshoe crab spawning survey.
Fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at the University of Tennessee
Health Science Center in Memphis.
Working on a PhD at the University of Delaware, studying microbial
Finishing up a Masters in Biotechnology and hoping to land a job in the
Frederick, Maryland area in that field.
Work in Washington, DC for the United States Department of Agriculture.
recently completed my doctorate in physical therapy at Arcadia
University. I applied for a commission in the United States Navy and I
was one of three selected nationwide. Upon completion of OIS I will be
one of the youngest lieutenants serving in the Navy.
work for Lonza (formerly Cambrex Bioscience) in Walkersville, Maryland
as a Quality Assurance Specialist supporting the Liquid and Powdered
Media Production facilities. Since graduating in December 1995, I've
worked as a government contractor for AmDyne and ManTech supporting the
Navy, and most recently for SAIC supporting the Department of Homeland
Security. I have also worked for Kennedy Krieger Institute analyzing MRI
scans on children with various developmental disabilities. I also spent
over a year as a lab analyst for Fairfax Water Authority, Fairfax,
Virginia before I landed a job with BioReliance (Invitrogen) as a
Quality Assurance Auditor, which I did for over 4 years.
This is my 11 year teaching middle school science at Easton Middle School.
Primarily, I have taught 8th grade, however I've also taught a few 7th
Hi, Thanks for the interest! After graduating SSU in the Spring of 96',
I interned at the Salisbury Zoo for the summer then got a job as a
mammal keeper at the Baltimore Zoo in Sept. of 96'. I worked there until
Sept. of 99', then took a new job in an office setting for almost two
years. You know being a Bio major, most of us Bio majors don't like the
office settings to much. So after my first son was born, I left that
boring, but good office setting to take care of my son and worked part
time at the Catoction Zoo in Thuromont, MD. I decided that I really
wanted to get into the school system. So in Oct. 02' I started working
at Gleneg High School as an Instructional Assistant in the Special
Education Dept. I recently transferred to Marroitts Ridge High School in Howard County and I am still
assisting in all the Biology Classes! The kids are great and they think
it is awesome that I graduated from Salisbury! I still wear my SSU
sweatshirts to school on Fridays and the kids always ask about SSU. I
think I will be here for a while, the kids, the staff and hours are
am an Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Nurse/Nurse manager.
Planning on starting school in the fall for an MPH in Environmental
taught high school biology and earth science for 3 years at Wicomico
High School in Salisbury. I am currently on staff with Young Life in
Baltimore County. I am the WyldLife director and I work with middle
worked at PRMC in Salisbury for 6 months and then my husband changed
jobs and we are living in Baltimore County. I am currently working at
St. Joseph's Medical Center.
Biochemistry PhD student at Virginia Tech
I am currently attending
New York Chiropractic college.
I teach high school Anatomy and
Physiology and Biology at Springbrook HS in Silver Spring, MD. I also am
the varsity girls’ soccer coach at the school. I am getting married in
June to my boyfriend of six years who also graduated from Salisbury in
2003. I return to Salisbury at least once a year for the alumni soccer
game in August. I loved my time at Salisbury and many of my students
have decide to attend Salisbury. I hope all is well and I was glad to
hear from the department.
Working in bio-defense for Booz Allen Hamilton at Edgewood Area, Aberdeen
Proving Ground. Working on undergrad credits at Towson University to
apply for a graduate program in biochemical engineering at Johns
Working as a Lieutenant at the Salisbury Fire Department.
Completed my Masters Degree in AHPH at SU in 2004.
am just recently married and my husband and I have just moved to Bucks
County, Pennsylvania from Washington, D.C. Due to our move, I resigned
from my job as an assistant catering coordinator and am currently
looking for a new job in Pennsylvania.
am working as a polymer chemist, producing chromatography columns for a
company called Transgenomic in San Jose, CA. I am currently studying for
the GRE and hope to attend graduate school in the fall.
was hired as an insurance sales agent with United Group Associates,
where I am learning a tremendous amount about the world of sales. I love
the company I work for and the people I work with. I am considered an
independent contractor, therefore I am self-employed and my job requires
longs hours if I want to be successful. Looking back now, I realize that
I am may not necessarily be applying the subject I studied at school,
but the overall experience gained in college is what I will really
benefited from in the long run.
am currently working for Perdue Farms as a Supervisor in the
Microbiology Research Laboratory.
After graduating, I took a job as the chemist/lab director at Salisbury
Wastewater Treatment Plant. I was there for five years before taking a
job as microbiologist @ the Campbell Soup plant in Salisbury. Once the
plant closed in 1993, I was offered a job in the microbiology lab at
Perdue Farms. I moved to Germany in 1996 when my husband was stationed
there with the Army. During our three year tour overseas, I was a
substitute teacher in the DODS school system. Our next duty station was
in Colorado Springs. While my husband was deployed in Bosnia, I entered
the teacher licensure program at Regis University. I earned my license in
2000, and am currently teaching chemistry at Lewis-Palmer High School in
Monument, CO. This is my seventh year at LP, during which time I have
also taught Biology and Zoology. I am currently working on my Master's
in Integrated Natural Sciences through University of Northern Colorado,
and should complete the program in early 2008.
am a Proposal Manager in the telecommunications industry...not biology,
but hopefully my background in science is helping with all this jargon!
I plan to attend the next Colorado Alumni event and can't wait to see
who is also out here. Hope everyone is well.
Hi! I'm also happy to hear from the biology department...it's nice to
keep in touch! As far as my biology career goes, it has take a bit of a
break while I focus on being a new mom. My husband and I had a baby girl
on New Year's Eve 2005. We've already brought her to visit the new
biology building and to see some of our beloved professors. I hope to
one day find my dream job in the environmental field once again...not
sure where or what...only time will tell!
Having a blast working here at SU in the BST Center For Dr. Frana and Dr.
Stay at home mom
I'm a veterinarian in a my second year of a 3 year small animal surgical
residency at the Animal Medical Center.
attended medical school at Des Moines University-graduated 1999.
Completed a pediatric residency at UMDNJ/Cooper Hospital in Camden, NJ
in 2002. Was a pediatric hospitalist at Childrens hospital of
Wisconsin/Fox Valley from 2002-2003. I've worked in private practice in
the Hampton Roads area since 2003. I am married and have an 18 month old
son named Jack.
am a wetland scientist for the New York City Department of Environmental
Protection. I direct a research and management program to study and
protect wetlands in the water supply watershed for New York City. I am
currently on a maternity leave with my second daughter.
Doctor of Chiropractic practicing in the central New Jersey area.
-Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Towson Univeristy
in 2003 -Working as a Physician Assistant in Neurosurgery at Maryland
General Hospital since 2003.
working towards my PhD at George Washington University. my area of study
is DNA repair following exposure to chromium.
SU! I'm currently a 2nd year pharmacy student at the University of
Maryland School of Pharmacy. I started my own online dietary supplement
business and am very excited about the future!
went to Medical School at University of Medicine and Dentistry- School
of Osteopathic Medicine and graduated in 2006. I also joined the Army on
HPSP scholarship to pay for medical school. I am currently doing my
Internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC in the
area of Pediatrics.
Graduated Salisbury 2001 with B.S. Biology, Graduated West Virginia
University School of Medicine 2006, Started WVU Orthopaedic Surgery
Residency in 2006
graduated from Arcadia University in 2006 with a Master of Science in
Forensic Science and am currently working at NMS Labs in Willow Grove,
PA. NMS Labs is a clinical and forensic laboratory.
Work for Science and Technology Company here is Maryland.
Assistant Principal at Caesar Rodney High School.
am currently working at Intervet in Millsboro DE. I am a laboratory
technician working on feline viral diseases. I have also finished
(August 2006) a Masters of Science in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins
Currently working for Oregon Department of Forestry.
work for the DOD in Aberdeen on the Aberdeen Proving Grounds testing
soils, water and air for semi-volatile organic material. That was a
great job but I wanted more so I went to Hood College and obtained a
Masters' in Environmental Biology. I am currently working at Bechtel
Corporation in Frederick, MD. My current positions involves
environmental permitting of a large coal-fired power plant in Ohio.
I'm currently a Ph.D. student at the George Washington University
working with Dr. Sheri Church. My dissertation is looking into the
influence of polyploidy and hybridization on speciation. I'm also
coordinating a one week workshop for the HHMI/NSF REU summer program
offered by our department.
am currently a Director of Quality Assurance at Quest Pharmacetuical
Services. I received my masters in Healthcare Management at Wilmington
College in 2002.
Just been recently hired as as Aquarist on MOTE Marine Labs and Aquarium
am currently enrolled in the Sonography Program at University of
Maryland Baltimore County and will be graduating in August.
am working for a Scientific Staffing company and am placed at a
biotechnology in Rockville.
am currently working for a scientific staffing company at a
biotechnology company located in Rockville, Maryland. The company is
called Novavax and they are known for their product, Extrasorb, that
helps women going through menopause. The company is also pushing for
another product to go into phase three, clinical trials.
After graduating Salisbury I went to work for the National Cancer
Institute and began my Masters of Science concentrating in Regulatory
Affairs. I had to cut short my masters work to attend medical school at
Ross University School of Medicine. I am currently in my fourth year
there going through clinical rotations in Long Island New York. I hope
to be back in Maryland to finish up my last few rotations before
starting my residency in either radiology or ER medicine. I am in a
relationship with a wonderful girl I met while working the NCI and we
hope to settle down and start our family once I have completed medical
left Salisbury and got my medical degree from the Uniformed Services
University of Health Sciences in 1994. I then did a residency in Family
Medicine at Andrews Air Force Base. I am currently a Lieutenant Colonel
teaching family medicine at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha Nebraska.
This summer, I will move with my husband and two children to Yokota Air
Base, Japan, where I will assume command of the Medical Operations
Recently, I left the teaching profession (high school biology and physical
science) to work with Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fisheries
Service writing ecosystem-based fisheries management plans.
am married with a 10 month old son. We are living in Doylestown, OH on a
little farm with 3 dogs, 4 cats, 6 chickens and a rooster. I am a family
practice physician and have been practicing for almost 4 years now. I
own my own practice in Canton, Ohio. It is really busy but I love it.
I'm currently working at
Cambria Winery, in the Santa Maria Valley of California. My fiancée is stationed here at Vandenberg AFB. We plan
on moving back to Maryland after this duty station in 2010.
Surprisingly, a coworker of mine graduated from UMD College Park, and
I've met many other Marylanders who have come through the winery,
including one who went to my elementary school!
Work as radiation
oncologist at JHU. Am always open to having students observe or work for
the summer. I also am happy to come and give a talk.
Employed by University of
Maryland Cooperative Extension Service
A few years after
obtaining my BS in Biology, I served in the Air Force as a Firefighter
and 911 Dispatcher for 12 years. After separating from MacDill AFB, I
continued working at the same base as a 911 dispatcher. Now I'm
attending University of South Florida in Tampa in the M.A.T. Science
Currently the Principal
of New Milford High School located in New Milford, NJ. Before becoming
principal, I was a science teacher at Watchung Hills Regional HS
(Warren, NJ) where I taught Biology/Marine Biology/Chemistry/Ecology and
coached Football/Lacrosse/Ice Hockey (Head). Following my stint at
WHRHS, I went to New Milford as Athletic Director and then Vice
Prior to entering law
school, I worked in various hospital laboratories, and in medical
research at both the National Institutes of Health and the Southern
Illinois University School of Medicine
I worked at Intervet
Inc. for five years. I have spent the last four years at home raising my
two children. I have a baby due in January.
Teaching Biology and
Environmental Science at Walkersville High School, traveling around the
world, earned a master's degree (Environmental Biology at Hood College
in Frederick, MD), got married, expecting a daughter in February.
I am continuing my
education at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and pursing a
degree and certification for license to practice medicine as a
received my Master of Science degree from Johns Hopkins in December
2006. I am currently working at Maryland Environmental Service (with
some other SSU grads!) as an Environmental Specialist.
currently teaching Biology CM (10th grade) and Earth Science (9th grade)
at James M. Bennett High School, here in Wicomico County. I graduated SU
with Biology, Secondary Education track and a minor in Earth Science. :)
currently am a Product Compliance Specialist for the US Army Medical
Research Materiel Command. I work with Product Managers, Regulatory
Affairs and Quality Assurance personnel to maintain and assure current
testing of the Nations Stock Pile, for the Special Immunizations Program
(SIP). My products treat or vaccinate against; Q-Fever, Tularemia, Eastern
Equine Encephalitis (EEE), VenezuaEE, WEE and Rift Valley Fever (RVF)
After leaving Salisbury I went to work for Pfizer in Groton Conn. as a
Research Specialist working in cell culture and cloning of cell lines. I
was recruited to work at Celera Genomics in Rockville MD on the Human
Genome Project which then lead to assisting in the identification of the
victims of 9/11 via cell cloning and mitochondrial analysis. I then
moved on to Human Genome Sciences were I worked in product development
and used my skills to develop more efficient methods of scale up to
Pilot Production with Microbial and Mammalian Cell Culture. In 2003 I
was activated with the Army Reserve and spent two years on Active Duty
with the Army. Upon my return I took a civilian role working for the US
Army Medical Materiel Development Activity. I currently work for the US
Army Medical Research Materiel Command Division of Regulated Activities
and Compliance Product Technical Operations.