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Student Success Stories:

Amy Iler Amy Iler ’05 – After completing her B.S. in Conservation Science in 2005 (summa cum laude), Amy moved to Columbus to start graduate school in the department of Ecology and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University. She finished her Ph.D. in 2010 and started a postdoctoral position with the University of Maryland and Rocky Mountain Biological Field Laboratory. Along the way she has already amassed an impressive publication record is well on her way to making major contributions to Conservation Science
Ash Campbell Ashley Scott ’08 – During her time as a Conservation Science major, Ash was interested in both science and policy. After graduating she applied to and was accepted at Vermont Law School. This institution enjoys an international reputation for excellence in environmental law. After graduating in 2011, Ash has been employed as a law clerk in Tucson, Az and then as a law clerk with the New Hampshire Superior Court.
Jessica Turner Jessica Turner ’09 – Jessica was a very active student while at Muskingum. Her memberships included: Beta Beta Beta, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa and Lambda Sigma. After graduating she went on the University of Maryland where she completed an M.S. degree in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology. At present she is working on her Ph.D. in Biology at West Virginia University.
jessehardval Jesse Hardval ’12 – Jesse’s interests are in both science and policy. In the fall of 2012 be began studies at the University of Oregon School of Law. He is focusing his studies on environmental and natural resources law as well as ocean and coastal law. Along the way he has interned with Wallace and Pancher as a macro-invertebrate field technician and also with the National Sea Grant Law Center.