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Holly Kuestner will be joining the Masters Program at Nichols School for the Environment.

Carly Burch will be teaching Secondary Science in Colorado with Teach for America.

Annie Donahoe is currently nannying for a Chapel Hill family.  She will be walking in May and is looking to do a Raleigh Fellows Program.  Donahoe hopes to intern at a Young Life Camp, work for a state or national park, or with Outdoor Adventures Center in Washington.

Tanya Witlen will be working for a year in Chris Marten’s lab as a lab technician and field research assistant.  She then plans to apply for Grad school in Marine Sciences or Public Health.

Sarah Smith is currently working for Strata Solar in Chapel Hill, NC.

Justin Loiseau will be pursuing his Masters in Economics at Auckland University on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship.

Ovik Banerjee is in the inaugural class of Venture for America Fellows.

Amanda Dalvecchia is pursuing her PhD in Systems Ecology at the Unviersity of Montana, Flathead Lake, Missoula.

David Nenon is in the SULI Program working for the Department of Energy in Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

Sean Murphy is pursuing his Master of Science in Renewable and Clean Energy at the University of Dayton (Ohio) in the Mechanical Engineering Department.

Ashley Mui received an IGERT to do her PhD in Wind Energy at Iowa State.

Kaitlin Finan received an internship with Student Conservation Association working with ARAMARK’s environmental management system in Denali National Park, AK.

Briana Steele is interning with Resourceful Communities (part of The Conservation Fund) in the Chapel Hill Office.

Philip Womble published his honors thesis in collaboration with former thesis advisor (Martin Doyle) in the Harvard Environmental Law Review. He will be attending Stanford for the joint Phd/JD program.  Philip also won an NSF Graduate Fellowship to support his scientific research.

Claire Rosemond received an NOAA Marine Resources Population Dynamics workship and a Hollings Undergraduate scholarship.

Shampa Panda won a Burch Fellowship and a Mahatma Gandhi fellowship to do water quality research in India in the summer of 2012.

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