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We measure our success by the success of our alumni and students. Read about some alumni who describe where they started, how they are finding success and where they are going.
Megan Linkin (CC'04)
Explorations, the bi-annual magazine of the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, features profiles of recent graduates who have launched successful careers and may well be on their way to making headlines for their work. The editors posed a series of questions about how their Rutgers experience influenced their lives. Here is the profile about Megan Linkin. Read more »
Paul Loikith (GSNB'12), Ben Kravitz (GSNB '09, '11)
Faculty, students and alumni of the Rutgers Graduate Program in Atmospheric Science (GPAS) marked the 10th anniversary of the program's establishment with an afternoon symposium held during the Spring semester at the Cook Student Center. The event featured a keynote address by Arlene Fiore, professor and accomplished atmospheric chemist from Columbia University, as well as talks by two GPAS alumni, assistant professor Paul Loikith (Cook '07; GSNB '10, '12) and Ben Kravitz (GSNB '09, '11)
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