Alumni

Here is information on what some of the past physics majors and minors are doing. If you would like to send the department updated information, we would be happy to include this in the alumni/ae page. Please send any information to Emily Briley, the physics department coordinator.

'14

  • Soichi Hirokawa is pursuing a Ph.D. in applied physics at CalTech. (6/14)
  • James Miller is an intern at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D. C. (6/14)
  • Daniel Palken is pursuing a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder (6/14)
  • Samuel Seekins is in the Professional Development Program at Unum in Portland, ME (6/14)
  • Reid Wilson is a Financial Produts Sales and Analytics Representative at Bloomberg LP in New York City (6/14)

'13

  • Beau Breton works in the underwriting department of Andover Companies in Boston. (6/13)
  • Alex Edison is pursuing a PhD in physics at UCLA. (2/14)
  • Melissa Haskell is pursuing a PhD in biophysics at Harvard University. (2/14)
  • Felicity Hills is enrolled in a two-year bridge program in physics at Princeton University. (2/14)
  • Carolyn Mayer is pursuing a PhD in mathematics at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. (2/14)
  • Benjamin Mende is a software engineer at Insight Squared in Cambridge, MA (6/14)
  • Bill Page is pursuing a PhD at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. (2/14)
  • Scott Perry is pursuing a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Florida (6/14)
  • Marcus Schneider is in the 2-1-1-1 engineering program at Dartmouth College. (2/14)
  • Jay Spry is training to become a pilot in the U S Navy. (2/14)
  • Helen White is a paralegal in the patent litigation department of Proskauer Rose LLP in Boston. (6/13)
  • Judy Yang is a software engineer at Simulmedia, an advertising tech start-up in New York City. (2/14)

'12

  • Joel Feske is pursuing an MS in mechanical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. (2/14)
  • Noah Kent is pursuing a PhD in physics at the University of California at Santa Cruz. (2/14)
  • Kevin Kowalko is an actuarial assistant at Unum. (6/12)
  • Melanie Pinette is pursuing a masters degree in Engineering Management at Duke University. (6/12)
  • Matthew Ramos is pursuing a masters degree in engineering at Tufts University. (9/12)
  • Arseniy Sheydvasser is pursuing a PhD in mathematics at Yale University. (9/12)
  • Samuel York works as a research technician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. (2/14)

'11

  • Eric Chan is pursuing an MSc in Accounting and Finance at the London School of Economics (9/12).
  • Ben Messerly is pursuing a PhD in physics at the University of Pittsburgh, studying neutrinos (2/14)
  • Michael Mitchell works at Cognius, a small start-up company in Boston. (2/14)
  • Max Nowicki is pursuing an MD at Weill Cornell Medical College. (2/14)
  • David Plotkin is pursuing a PhD in geophysical sciences at the University of Chicago, studying climate dynamics and energy/climate policy. (4/12)
  • Alexa Staley is pursuing a PhD in physics at Columbia University.  Currently she is working at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Hanford, WA.  (2/14)
  • John Wendell is pursuing a PhD in physics at Caltech. (2/14)

'10

  • Michael Eldridge is pursuing a PhD in physics at the University of California at San Diego. (9/11)
  • Raya Gabry is Quality Assurance Project Lead for Eze Castle Software. (10/11)
  • Laura Heyl Bellingar currently teaches physics at Heritage Hall in Oklahoma City. (2/14)
  • Jason Immerman is Product Lead in the Quality Assurance department of Eze Castle Software. (2/14)
  • Nicholas Johnson does genetics research at Jackson Labs. (6/10)
  • Ted Kietzman is a partnerships manager at Schmoop in Mountain View, CA. (2/14)
  • Jin-Kyung Kim is pursuing an MS in biological systems engineering at the University of California at Davis. (5/14)
  • Matthew Kwan is pursuing a PhD in material science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.  (6/14)
  • Andrew Maloney completed the 3-2 engineering program at Columbia University.  He is pursuing an MS in structural engineering at University of California at Berkeley. (9/11)
  • Shea McKeon completed the 3-2 engineering program at Columbia University, then went on to complete an MS in Electrical Engineering there in 2012. Shae now works for Bala Consulting Engineers in NYC. (7/14)
  • Morgan MacLeod is pursuing a PhD in astronomy at the University of California at Santa Cruz. (5/11)
  • Jamie Neely worked as a federal consultant for IBM in Washington, DC.  He is currently pursuing an MS in geophysics at Penn State University.  (9/14)

'09

  • Doria Cole is a senior analyst for Health Advances in Weston, MA. (6/14)
  • Dominic Fitzpatrick is pursuing an MS in the School of Marine Sciences at the University of Maine. (9/11)
  • Kristopher Koch is pursuing a PhD in physics at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. (6/14)
  • Jimmy Lindsay earned an MS in Sustainable Energy Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. He is currently an analyst for resource planning at Portland General Electric in Portland, OR.  (6/14)
  • Carl Morrissey is developing educational physics materials for The Science Source in Waldoboro, ME. (10/09)
  • Peter Nagler is pursuing a PhD in physics at Brown University.  (6/14)

'08

  • Alden Cook is pursuing an MS in mechanical engineering at the University of Maine at Orono. He is researching the mechanics of living cells and how to model them. (10/08)
  • Andrew Debenedictis is pursuing a PhD in physics at Tufts University in Boston. Until 2013, he was an associate with Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. in San Francisco. (2/14)
  • Jeffrey Friedlander is pursuing an MS in mechanical engineering at UCLA. (9/09)
  • Ryan Hart taught physics at The Governor's Academy in Byfield, MA and currently teaches physics at Collegiate School in Richmond, VA. (6/14)
  • Nick Kasprak taught math at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT,  for two years after graduation.  He is currently Web Associate at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, DC. (2/14)
  • Tim Katlic is a researcher/analyst in the corporate development department of Internet Brands, Inc. (a publicly-traded Internet media company that operates community and e-commerce websites) in Los Angeles. (5/09)
  • Alexia (Lottie) Lewis worked for AmeriCorps for a year after graduation. She is now pursuing a PhD in astronomy at the University of Washington. (6/11)
  • Keith Matera taught physics and chemistry at the Canterbury School in New Milford, CT, for two years after graduation.  He is currently pursuing a PhD in physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (5/13)
  • Michael Westerman is a business analyst for Deloitte Consulting in Boston. (6/08)

'07

  • Armand Gottlieb is pursuing an MD at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan.  He previously worked as an Analyst in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department for GDS Associates in Manchester, NH. (6/12)
  • Jordan Krechmer is pursuing a PhD in atmospheric chemistry at the University of Colorado in Boulder. (2/14)
  • Rebecca Perry worked as a data analyst and lab tech for Global Energy Concepts in Lowell, MA and then for Cabot Corporation in Billerica, MA for two years after graduation. She is currently pursuing a PhD in applied physics at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Science. (6/12)
  • Ben Ripman is currently an accelerator systems operator at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, CA. (6/12)
  • Eric Sofen earned a PhD in atmospheric science from the University of Washington in 2013.  He is currently a post-doc at the University of York, UK. (6/14)
  • Meaghan Tanguay is an Analyst in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department for GDS Associates in Manchester, NH. (6/12)
  • Jayme Woogerd is an Associate Analyst in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department for GDS Associates in Manchester, NH. (6/12)

'06

  • Jesse Butterfield earned a masters degree in computer science from Brown University in 2011.   He is currently a modeling engineer at Quantcast in San Francisco. (6/14)
  • Robey Clark is a nuclear-trained submarine officer in the U S Navy, based in Mystic, CT. (2/14)
  • Kate Johnson earned a masters degree in Urban Education Studies from Yale University in 2007. She currently teaches math and physics at New Haven Academy, a small magnet school in New Haven, CT. (6/08)
  • Sam Kolins earned a PhD in mathematics from Cornell University in 2011, specializing in combinatorics. He is an assistant professor in the Mathematical Sciences department at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA. (12/11)
  • Jacob Scheckman earned a masters degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota in 2008, and is continuing his research on atmospheric aerosols there. (9/09)
  • Eli Sidman works in the Physics Lecture Demonstration Group at MIT, which builds, sets up and helps students with physics demonstrations and lab experiments. Eli is enjoying this opportunity to combine his interests in physics, art and education. (2/08)
  • Prae Ratsirin Supcharoen is pursuing a PhD in Chemical Oceanography at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. (11/11)
  • Martin Wai completed the 3-2 program, receiving a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Dartmouth College in June 2007. He also received a Masters in Engineering Management from Dartmouth in June 2008. He is currently a Financial Engineer with Moody's Wall Street Analytics in New York City. (9/08)
  • Sonia Weinhaus is a television producer in Boston. Her documentaries have aired on the Discovery Channel, PBS and the History Channel. (11/08)

'05

  • Bill Alto earned an MA in applied mathematics from the University of California at San Diego in 2008. He is currently a  healthcare analyst at Milliman in Seattle, WA.  (6/14)
  • Will Boylston is pursuing an MD at Dartmouth Medical School. (10/08)
  • John Carpenter is working at TexSEM Labs (TSL) in Draper, Utah. TSL produces Electron Backscatter Diffractometers (EBSD), which is the primary competitor for HKL, the product used by Bowdoin's geology department. John intends to enter grad school to pursue a PhD in material science and engineering. (8/06)
  • Hannah Colburn Drew  earned a DMD at the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health in Mesa, Arizona. She is now a dentist serving in the US Air Force in San Antonio, TX, pursuing a dental specialty residency in prosthodontics at the Air Force Postgraduate School and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. (6/14)
  • Dan Hall is pursuing an MD at Boston University School of Medicine. (5/09)
  • Will Morris works in an environmental consulting lab in Salt Lake Valley, Utah. He plans to apply to graduate school to study sustainable civil engineering. (8/06)
  • Ian Morrison earned a PhD in physics from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2011. He was a post-doc at DAMTP in Cambridge, England, and is currently a post-doc at McGill University.  (5/14)
  • Riccardo Schmid is pursuing a PhD in physics at Caltech. (5/10)
  • Eric Schnitger graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2007. He currently does Mac Tech Support at Apple. (6/14)
  • Jonelle Walsh earned a PhD in physics from the University of California at Irvine in 2010.  She is currently a post-doc in astronomy and astrophysics at the University of Texas at Austin.  (6/14)

'04

  • Willie Klemm earned a PhD in elementary particle theory at the University of California at Berkeley in 2011.  He is currently a post-doc at Uppsala University in Sweden. (2/14)
  • John Koster earned a PhD in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2010, and subsequenlty did a post-doc at Brookhaven National Laboratory.   He is currently a software development engineer at Amazon.  (5/14)
  • Peter Nasveschuk earned an MS in electrical engineering from Boston University in 2006. Since then, he has been working in Application Specific Integrated Circuit Methodology for the IBM Systems and Technology Group in Burlingon, VT. (6/14)
  • Jay Rilinger earned an MD from the University of Iowa in 2009. He is currently a fellow in pediatric critical care medicine at Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. (12/11)
  • John-Paul Rautio is currently making figurative paintings and portraits in Toronto. (1/11)

'03

  • Phelps Clarke is a renewable energy technician at Sundance Power Systems, a company in Mars Hill, North Carolina, that installs renewable energy systems. (9/05)
  • Aaron Donohoe is pursuing a PhD in atmospheric science at the University of Washington. (6/08)
  • Jordan Fay received a masters degree in architecture from the University of Oregon in 2009. He is currently working towards licensure as an architect in New York City. (1/10)
  • Matthew Fleck teaches math at the Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice in Brooklyn, NY. (6/08)
  • Alison George earned a Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School in 2006. She currently practices commercial real estate and environmental law for Ropes & Gray in Boston. (1/13)
  • James Holte is pursuing a PhD at Scripps Oceanographic Institute in La Jolla, CA. (6/08)
  • George Hubbard taught physics at St. Johnsbury Academy in Vermont after graduating from Bowdoin. George is currently pursing a second undergraduate degree, this time in civil engineering from the University of Illinois - Chicago. (1/10)
  • Andrew Knapp is a Senior Engineer at Lakota Technical Solutions, Inc. in Laurel, MD. (6/08)
  • Noah Lambie is a progressive artist living in Portland, OR. (6/09)
  • Elizabeth Robinson received a masters degree in Classics in 2007 and is pursuing a PhD in classical archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is currently conducting dissertation research in Italy. (10/09)
  • Monica Skoge earned her PhD in physics from Princeton University in 2009. She is currently a postdoc at the University of California at San Diego as part of a collaboration between biologists and physicists to study cell motility and chemotaxis. (1/13)
  • Blake Sturtevant earned a PhD in physics at the University of Maine at Orono in 2009.  He is currently a research scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. (10/13)
  • Eric Walker earned an MBA from HEC (Hautes Etudes Commerciales) in Paris in 2011. He is chief technology officer of Navendis, a Paris-based startup company in the transportation industry. (7/11)
  • Laura Windecker is pursuing a PhD in oceanography at the University of Rhode Island. (6/08)

'02

  • Michael Butler earned an MS in raptor biology from Boise State University in 2006, and a PhD in biology from Arizona State University in 2012. He is assistant professor of biology at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. (2/14)
  • Peter Hahn is a program manager for Welkin Associates in Chantilly, VA. He earmed an MS in physics from George Washington University in 2008, and is currently an adjunct faculty member there. (6/14)
  • Nicholas Lyford received an MS in biomedical engineering in 2008 from Boston University. He is currently a Patent Agent at Haverstock & Owens LLP in San Francisco. (2/14)
  • Greg Orlicz earned an MS (2007) and PhD  (2012) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Mexico.  He is currently a postdoc at Los Alamos National Laboratory, specializing in fluid dynamics.  During 2005-6, he played on the New Mexico Style, a semi-professional basketball team based in Santa Fe. (6/12)
  • Kristen Perine Ryan earned an MEd from Harvard University in 2009. She has taught physics and math at various middle and high schools. She is currently admissions and financial aid officer at Harvard University. (2/14)
  • Emily Rizza Gallo received an MBA from Wharton in 2008. She currently works on global market research stategies for diabetes products for Merck in Philadelphia. (8/11)
  • Andrew Rusczek earned his JD and MBE (master of bioethics) from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008. He is currently an associate at Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston, MA. (6/09)
  • Carrie Simonds earned an MBA from Stanford Business School in 2010.  She is currently VP of People and Brand at Pocket Gems in San Francisco. (5/14)
  • Adam Sirois is pursuing a PhD in physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and jointly doing research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He writes: "My research focuses on developing a solid-state quantum computer. Our approach uses the phase difference across a Josephson junction as our 'quantum bit', the analog of a 1 or 0 in a classical computer. Currently, quantum computing technology is in its infancy, which makes the research very exciting." (3/06)
  • John Thorndike completed the Program for Leadership Development at Harvard Business School. He is  Deputy CIO for The Investment Fund for Foundations (TIFF).   (2/14)

'01

  • Ross Barton received his JD from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA in 2004. He is currently an associate with Alston and Bird LLP in Charlotte, NC., and focuses on intellectual property litigation. (6/09)
  • Jesse Bastide works at VMware in Palo Alto, CA. (2/14)
  • Richard Bolduc received his DMD in 2007 from Tufts School of Dental Medicine in Boston. He recently bought his dental practice in Auburn, NH. (1/13)
  • Henry Chance earned an MS in mechanical engineering from Penn State University in 2003, and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University in 2009.  He is Project Manager at Computer Sciences Corporation in Washington, DC. (2/14)
  • Wayne Chung earned a PhD in computer engineering from Dartmouth College in August 2006. He is currently a researcher at the Institute for Defense Analysis, a federally-funded research and development center located near Washington, DC. (12/08)
  • Nate Dill received an MS in civil engineering in 2007 from Louisiana State University. He is currently a coastal engineer for the Woods Hole Group in Falmouth, MA. (6/09)
  • Kate Maselli Zimman earned an MEd from Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2004. She has taught physics at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School in Cambridge, MA, and physics and biology at Leadership High School in San Francisco, CA. She currently serves on the Glenridge School Board and the Creative Arts Charter School Board in California. (2/14)
  • Brian Mohr earned his PhD in experimental high energy physics from UCLA in 2007, doing a precision measurement of the top quark mass at Fermilab. He is currently a scientist with Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe Ltd.  and lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. (2/14) 
  • Andrew Mountcastle was a research assistant at the Lobster Conservancy in Friendship, ME until 2005. He earned a PhD in biology from the University of Washington, investigating insect flight biomechanics. He is currently a post-doc in the Combes Lab at Harvard University. (6/14)
  • Michael O'Brien earned an MS in mechanical engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (6/06)
  • Patrick Thompson is a consultant for Bain & Company in Boston, MA. (6/01)
  • Apolka Totth received an MBA from Duke University in 2008. Apolka is currently working as Director, Finance and Development, at Agile Energy in San Francisco, CA. Agile Energy is a developer of ground-mount utility scale solar projects using PV and CPV technolgies in North America. (12/09)

'00

  • Rich Calhoun taught physics, geology, and math at Groton School in Massachusetts and at Aspen Country Day School in Colorado. He received a master's degree in science education from Montana State University, and currently teaches science at Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, MA. (5/09)
  • John Leen, after a year at Bowdoin, transferred to Brown University, where he majored in mathematics and classics, graduating in 2000. He received an MA in mathematics from Berkeley in 2002. He currently works for Google in their Seattle office. (6/09)
  • Abel McClennen taught physics at Souhegan High School in Amherst, NH for three years after graduation. Subsequently his educational career led him to Brazil and Guatemala. In 2007, he and his wife Kerry founded the non-profit La Paz Community School in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, which is an innovative K-12 bilingual school. (1/13)
  • Adam Zimman is a Director of VMware in Palo Alto, CA.  (2/11)

'99

  • Julie DeVincentis Saxton  began teaching chemistry at the Kent School in Kent, CT in 2003, where she is currently Web Content Manager and Entrepreneurship Director. (6/14)
  • Bill Griggs works for Visa USA in their Product Innovation and Coordination Group. Previously he worked for Navigant Consulting in San Francisco. While there, his work focused on technology and innovation management, primarily in the medical device and energy industries. (6/06)
  • Evan Jochnowitz received a PhD in atmospheric chemistry from the University of Colorado in 2004. He is currently a post-doc in the chemistry department at the University of Basel, Switzerland, exploring the electronic spectroscopy of carbon chains and ion complexes relevant to astronomy. (5/05)
  • Tom Larsen completed the 3-2 program in mechanical engineering at Columbia University in 2000 and earned an Ed.M. at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2005.  He currently teaches physics at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT. (2/07)
  • Brendan Moyer is Web Administrator for the National Association of Convenience Stores in Washington, DC. (9/01)
  • Sean Raymond earned a PhD in astronomy from the University of Washington in 2005. He was a postdoc at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In 2009 Sean became a CNRS researcher at the Observatoire de Bordeaux in France. His research involves dynamical modeling of planet formation, extra-solar planetary system dynamics and evolution, planet-finding, and astrobiology. (1/10)
  • Dan Robbins taught physics at McDonogh School in Maryland in 1999-2000, and math and physics at Saint Mary's Hall/Doane Academy from 2002-2005. He has also taught stone sculpting as an artist-in-residence at numerous locations, and plays the violin during summers at a resort in Glacier National Park in Montana. (5/08)

'98

  • B. J. Bernard worked three years for The CMJ Network in New York City as an account executive. He created trade and consumer marketing packages partnering record companies and consumer products manufacturers with musical artists, college DJs, and young trendsetters. He is currently working in Worcester, MA for the MPI Advanced Casting Research Center and pursuing an MS in materials science and engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. His research, funded by DOE, involves understanding the mechanisms of globular alpha-phase formation in the semisolid regime of eutectic alloys and applying this knowledge to the novel Continuous Rheoconversion Process (CRP) developed by MPI. (4/05)
  • Lauren Bernheim Gradia completed the 3-2 Engineering program at Dartmouth College in 1999, and subsequently received an MS in transportation engineering and an MCP in city and regional planning from U C Berkeley. She is currently Finance and Grants Manager for Marin County Transit District in California. (11/11)
  • Matt Engler taught math and science at Nativity Preparatory School, a Jesuit middle school for boys in inner city Boston, for two years after graduating from Bowdoin. He earned an MA in economics from Tufts University in 2002, and an MBA from Yale University in 2004. He is senior vice president of  Meridian Investments in Quincy, MA, a small broker-dealer that specializes in structuring and raising capital for affordable housing and renewable energy projects. (2/14)
  • Jif Frese did graduate study in physical oceanography during 1998-99 at Oregon State University, following which she worked as a systems engineer at Bayer Diagnostics in Boston. She received an MD from Dartmouth Medical School in 2008, and is currently doing a residency in internal medicine in Rochester, NY. (6/08)
  • Joanna Hass taught mathematics and physics at Greenwood High School in Greenwood, Mississippi for three years as part of the Teach for America program. Subsequently, she earned a PhD in physics from Georgia Tech in 2008, and currently works for Intel in Portland, OR. (5/09)
  • Karen Lunn King taught physics and math at the Verde Valley School in Sedona, AZ in 1998-99. She subsequently earned an MS (2001) and PhD (2003) in mechanical engineering from Dartmouth College, followed by a postdoc at Children's Hospital Boston & Harvard Medical School. She is currently a teaching assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Missouri. (1/10)
  • Keith Martin received a BS in civil engineering from the University of Maine in 2002 and an MS in structural engineering from the University of Maine in 2004. He is currently a project engineer for Kleinschmidt Associates, an energy and water resources consulting firm in Pittsfield, Maine, primarily performing structural design in support of hydro-power and renewable energy development projects. (1/10)
  • Ellen O'Shaughnessy earned a masters in public health from Boston University in 2000. She subsequently worked as a research associate for the Center for Blood Research in Boston. She is currently pursuing a PhD in biomedical engineering at Boston University. (6/08)
  • John Pavan received a PhD in nuclear physics from Florida State University in 2003, and held postdocs at Oak Ridge National Lab  and at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. He currently works as a software developer for Bloomberg LLP in New York City. (2/14)
  • Adam Smith completed the 3-2 program in Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University in 1999, and earned an MS from the MIT Media Lab in 2001. He has been a product manager at Google in San Franscisco since 2003. (5/08)

'97

  • George Bowker received a PhD in zoology in April 2000 from Duke University. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Atmospheric Modeling Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Research Triangle Park, NC. (5/05)
  • James Johnson taught physics at  Lake Washington High School. He is currently an actuarial analyst for United Services Automobile Association. (2/14)
  • Lincoln Sise earned an MS in mechanical engineering and an MBA from MIT in 2003. He is currently general manager at Raytheon in Largo, FL. (2/14)

'96

  • Tim Aron completed an MS in scientific computing and computational mathematics at Stanford University in 1998. He is a founding member and principal of Pepe Digital in Los Angeles. (2/14)
  • Jong P. Hong received his JD from Boston College. He is an Associate with Greenberg Traurig in Palo Alto, CA, and practices intellectual property litigation and patent prosecution. (6/07)
  • Anthony Lane earned an MA in journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2003.   He is currently the Communications Manager at University of Maryland Baltimore County. (6/14)
  • Paul Lewis earned a PhD in physics from Cambridge University in 2002.  He is currently Senior Applications Scientist at Nanometrics in San Francisco. (2/14)
  • Gail Fine Perrault received her MBA from Dartmouth College in June 2001. She worked as a consultant for Bain & Company from 1996 until 2002. She is now in knowledge management in the Boston office of the Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit consulting firm. (1/10)
  • Andrew Price completed a 3-2 program in June 1997, earning a BS in environmental engineering from Stanford University. He is currently Senior Energy Analyst and Project Manager for Competitive Energy Services in Portland, ME. He is working on developing a small "community scale" wind farm in Freedom, ME. (10/08)
  • Megan Sheehy Foley is working for Meredith and Grew, Inc., a real estate firm in Boston which specializes in brokerage, appraisal, property management, and finance. (4/97)
  • Dave Stegman earned a PhD in earth and planetary science at the University of California, Berkeley in 2003. He held postdocs at Monash University and at the University of Melbourne, in Australia. He is currently an associate professor of geophysics at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.  (2/14) 

'95

  • Ali Ahmad completed the 3-2 engineering program at Columbia. He is currently an associate at Goldman-Sachs in New York City. (3/97L)
  • Jonathan Dugan completed an MS in medical physics at the University of Texas in 1998, and a PhD in biomedical informatics in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University in 2002. He worked in the pharmaceutical business development group at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA, and then consulted doing informatics and community development for several years. He currently lives in San Francisco and is building a software startup called Matson Systems. (7/08)
  • Tom Eng received a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland in December 1998. He is an engineer in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. (4/02)
  • Larry Hodgkins finished the 3-2 engineering program at Columbia and will enter a graduate program in environmental engineering at University of Massachusetts.
  • Shion Kono earned a PhD in comparative literature from Princeton University in 2003. He is currently associate professor of comparative literature and modern Japanese literature at Sophia University in Tokyo. (2/14)
  • Courtney Lower Elton earned an MD from Wayne State University in 1999.  She practices family medicine at the Vancouver Clinic in Battle Ground, WA. (6/05)
  • Chris Mills creates visual effects for films. He was the layout technical director for the film Avatar. (3/10)

'94

  • Jason Breitweg earned a PhD in experimental particle physics from the University of Wisconsin in August, 2001. His thesis on neutral current deep inelastic scattering was based on data collected in the ZEUS experiment at the DESY lab in Hamburg, Germany. He is currently a support engineer for EssNet Deutschland GmbH in Hamburg, which supplies hardware and software solutions for the lottery industry. He is also the webmaster for the German heavy metal band Blind Guardian. (12/03)
  • Austin Burkett is a healthcare analyst in the equity research department of UBS Warburg LLC in New York City. He covers the life sciences and genomics stocks, and focuses on the molecular biology kits and reagents companies. (12/07)
  • Brian Dirlam is a pilot for Northwest Airlink, and is based in Minneapolis.(12/03)
  • Masa Hirono received an MS in mechanical engineering from Stanford in 1996. He works as a Research Scientist, specializing in optics, at Toshiba Research and Development Center in Japan. (9/04)
  • Alison Japikse completed a 3-2 program at Dartmouth College. She is currently a Crash Safety Development Team Leader at Ford Motor Company in Michigan. (12/02)
  • Mark Rapo received his PhD in oceanographic engineering from MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in February 2009. He currently works as an engineer for L-3 Communications in San Diego, CA. (5/09)

'93

  • Chris Badger is Systems Development Engineer at Northern Power Systems in Waitsfield, VT. (12/03L)
  • Jordan Belknap is Chief Technology Officer for Altru Energy in Wakefield, MA. (6/14)
  • Marshall Benitez is Technology Coordinator for the NYC Fund for Public Education. (3/97L)
  • Daniel Berwick completed a PhD in computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan in September 2001. He currently works for Veridian Corporation. (1/03)
  • James de Blasi is a network engineer for Kelly Services. (6/14)
  • Brian Chin completed an MD at the University of Michigan. (12/00L)
  • Mickey Chiu received a PhD in physics from Columbia in 2004, and was a post-doc at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is currently an associate physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, building new detectors to study QCD. He received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2008. (6/14) 
  • Zema Chowdhuri completed a PhD in experimental nuclear physics at Indiana University in 2000. After that, she worked on neutron scattering at the High Flux Backscattering Spectrometer at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Center for Neutron Research in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Currently, she is a scientist at the Paul-Scherrer Institut in Villigen, Switzerland, working on an experiment to search for the neutron electric dipole moment using ultracold neutrons. (9/11)
  • Khurram Dastgir-Khan completed a 3-2 engineering program at Caltech before returning to his native Pakistan. In February 2008, he was elected to Pakistan's National Assembly and serves as Chairman of the National Assembly's Standing Committee on Commerce. (7/11)
  • George John David is a Lt. Col. in the U. S. Marine Corps. (12/12)
  • Jeff Dugan works for GW Hannaway & Associates in Boulder, Colorado. (11/00)
  • David Gatchell received his PhD in biomedical engineering from Boston University in 2002. He is currently a Research Assistant Professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, and conducts research in the areas of cellular and tissue engineering. (5/09)
  • Jonah Harley completed the 3-2 program at Caltech in 1994. He received an MS in mechanical engineering from Berkeley in 1995 in the area of robotics and controls, and his PhD in mechanical engineering from Stanford in 1999, researching piezoresistive cantilevers for atomic force microscopy. He now works for Agilent Labs on micro-mechanical actuators for optical applications. (4/00)
  • Joel Hyman received his PhD in biophysics from Yale University in 2001. (12/01)
  • Michael Pendy is a financial analyst covering the telecommunications industry at Soros Fund Management. (12/98)
  • John Sotir studied electrical engineering at MIT and Columbia. He is an engineering manager with the Agere Systems Processing, Aggregation, and Switching Business Unit in Allentown, PA. (3/03)
  • Kevin Slep earned a PhD in biophysics from Yale University, and was a postdoc at the University of California at San Francisco. He is currently an assistant professor of biology at tthe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and studies protein structure using X-ray crystallography. (6/14)
  • MacKenzie Stetzer earmed a PhD in experimental condensed matter physics at the University of Pennsylvania in 2000, and held post-docs at  the University of Waterloo and the University of Washington. He is an assistant professor of physics and member of the Maine Center for Research in STEM Education at the University of Maine at Orono. (6/14)
  • Weihua Yan received an MS in Computer Science from Brown University in 1995. After working for Citibank and an internet consulting company in New York City for several years, he started his own internet consulting and web hosting company, New York E, which provides high-end database driven and E-commerce web sites. He lives in Manhattan. (6/00)

'92

  • Alex Bentley received a PhD in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin in 2001. He is currently a professor of archaeology and anthropology at the University of Bristol, UK. (11/12)
  • Jonathan Briggs completed a 3-2 program at Caltech, and received a PhD in theoretical solid mechanics at the University of Pennsylvania. He currently does applied numerical mathematics for Charles Schwab in San Francisco. (11/02)
  • Bryan Campell completed an MS in electrical & computer engineering at the University of Colorado. He currently works for Nokia in Burlington, MA. (11/00)
  • Dan Gallagher received an MBA from Vanderbilt. He now works for SAP America in Atlanta. (4/99)
  • Gao Hua McCabe received a PhD in physics from Tufts University.
  • Wyatt Metzger received a PhD in physics from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and is currently a research scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado (6/04)
  • Chris Neill is Data Account Manager at Electric Lightwave Inc. in Atlanta. (99L)
  • Mike Van Huystee received an MBA from the University of Amsterdam.

'91

  • Mark Bowers is an Analyst with Kidder Peabody in New York City. (3/97L)
  • James Caron completed a 3-2 engineering program at Caltech. He is Vice President and Senior Trading Specialist at Merrill Lynch. (3/99)
  • Yun-Ju Choi is Vice President at the Center for Health and Development Inc. in Boston. (5/09)
  • Martin Dionne received an MS in physics from Rice University. He is currently a Software Engineer at Vertafore in Portland, ME. (5/09)
  • Paul Faulstich currently works as a Programmer at L.L. Bean. He is also a member of Maine's Hydrogen Energy Center and is Project Manager for the Chewonki Renewable Hydrogen Project in Wiscasset, Maine. Since graduating, Paul has worked in the audio industry, instructed physics labs at Bates College, and earned an MS in physics at Washington University. (7/04)
  • Michael Gearan completed the 3-2 program in Civil Engineering at Columbia in 1992. He is currently an Assistant Project Manager/Project Engineer for Eastern Contractors, Inc. in Framingham, MA, which specializes in public school construction. (4/99)
  • Anton Kucer received an MS in mechanical engineering (fluid mechanics) from Purdue, where he investigated ligament-controlled effervescent atomization. He is now a Program Manager at Microsoft in Seattle. (6/00)
  • Russ McGregor earned his MS in operations research from Case Western Reserve University in 1997, following which he worked for a succession of transportation and logistics software companies. He is Director of Transportation Management for Manhattan Associates, a supply chain software company, and is currently living in Balwyn North, Australia. (12/09)
  • Jeffrey Poulin received an MBA (in 1999) and an MS in computer science (in 2005)  from Portland State University in Portland, OR.  He is currently the Chief Information Officer for Cascadia Behavorial Healthcare in Portland, OR. Jeffrey lives in France, working via telecommuting. (1/07)
  • Ling Yang  earned an MS in physics from the University of New Hampshire.   He is senior systems specialist at Amgen. (1/14)

'90

  • Vincent Carrara completed the 3-2 program at Columbia in 1991, and is working as an Application Engineer in the gasket material industry. (12/98)
  • Peter Nugent received a PhD in physics (astronomy) from the University of Oklahoma in 1997.  Currently he is senior staff scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and adjunct professor of physics at University of California at Berkeley. (2/12)
  • Sunil Wadhwa received a DMD from Columbia in 1996 and a PhD in orthodontics from the University of Connecticut in 2002. He is currently an assistant professor of Orthodontics at the University of Connecticut Dental School in Farmington, CT. (5/09)
  • Marnita Thompson Eaddie is now a Major in the US Air Force in Dayton, OH. Marnita completed her Masters in Computer Science with an emphasis on Computer Security from the Air Force Institute of Technology.  She is currently working as a Quality Assurance Manager overseeing software and hardware deliverables and testing for an organization which is the primary source for analysis of foreign air and space threats. (12/12)
  • Kenneth Woods earned a PhD from Dartmouth College and is now an industrial physicist for a New England based firm. (12/00L)

'89

  • Angus Badger received an MD from University of Vermont, and worked for the National Health Service Corporation in Rumford, ME from 1998 to 2001. He now practices in North Conway, NH. (6/01).
  • Erik Duisberg is a Senior Associate with Berkshire Capital Corporation. (3/97L)
  • Jessica Gaylord worked for the EPA in San Francisco until 1999. She is currently enrolled in the School of Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco. (1/03)
  • Chris Keeley earned a PhD in oceanography from Columbia, and was subsequently a post-doc at UNH. He has joined Cereon Genomics in Cambridge, MA. (12/00L)
  • Peter Thalheimer is a Lt. Col. in the New York Air National Guard. He flies ski-aircraft from New Zealand to Antarctica. (12/06L)
  • Rob Tisdale received a PhD in chemistry from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1998. He currently works at Midwest Research Institute in Kansas City. (11/99)

'88

  • Ghufran Ahmed completed the 3-2 program at Caltech in 1989, and later earned a masters in engineering-economic systems from Stanford. Since graduating, he has worked for Oracle Corporation, Sun Microsystems, and Microsoft Corporation. He is now a Practice Manager at Annams Systems Consulting in San Ramon, CA, a small firm which specializes in software applications development in the business intelligence and the e-commerce space. (7/99)
  • Kevin Daner is with Daner-Hayes in Wayland, MA. (3/97L)
  • James Everett completed an MS in biomedical engineering at Boston University in 1991, and subsequently worked for Siemens, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health before moving back to Canada. He now lives in Calgary, Alberta, and works for Verity, a California-based internet company. "Though I would not have thought it back at Bowdoin, a physics degree can lead many places!'' (12/99)
  • Scott Feldman is Manager of Technical Services for Deloitte and Touche in Washington, DC. (99L)
  • Angela Hansen is an attorney with Dechert, Price, and Roads in Philadelphia, PA. (3/97L)
  • Joseph Killoran earned a PhD in physics from Dartmouth College in 1994.  He is a medical physicist with the department of radiation oncology at Brigham and Women's and Dana Farber Cancer Center in Boston, and an assistant professor of  radiation oncology at Harvard Medical School. (1/13)
  • Stefan Marelid completed a 3-2 program at Caltech, earned an MS in computer science from Stanford, and an MBA from Harvard.
  • John Moran completed the 3-2 program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and is a software engineer consultant. Previously, he developed software for astronomy satellites at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. (12/00L)
  • Edward Naranjo completed the 3-2 program at Caltech, and is a chemical engineer at Proctor and Gamble in Cincinnati, OH. (3/97L)
  • Mark Rodger received a masters degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He is now University Architect for the University of Denver. (10/02).
  • William Titcomb received his law degree from Franklin Pierce, and is a patent examiner in Washington, DC. (10/00L)

'87

  • Harold (E. B.) Brakewood earned an MA in physics from Dartmouth College in 1989, and an MBA from Harvard University in 1994. He is Executive Director of Strategic Planning for Merck and Co. in Whitehouse, NJ. (1/14)
  • Anne Creden earned an MS in mechanical engineering from Columbia, and a DVM from the Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Since June 2000, she has practiced at the Salmon Brook Veterinary Hospital in Granby, CT. (6/05)
  • Jonathan Fanburg received an MD from Vanderbilt University and masters of public health from Georgetown University. He now practices pediatrics and adolescent medicine at Maine Medical Center and in public health at MaineHealth. (1/13)
  • John Howland is president of The Bank of Southern Connecticut in New Haven, CT. (10/08)
  • Robert Hurd, Jr. received an MA in liberal studies from Dartmouth College. He currently teaches mathematics and science at Tabor Academy in Marion, MA. (6/05)
  • Sohel Khan is a director of software engineering in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (L)
  • Brad Lisle is the founder and CEO of Foxfire Interactive (producer of interactive media for science and technology) in North Attleboro, MA. (6/14)
  • Phil Morin received a PhD in electrical engineering from Princeton in 1992, and a JD from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 2007. He is currently an Associate in the litigation department of Morrison & Foerster LLP in San Diego, CA, and concentrates on patent litigation. (5/09)
  • Jennifer Mosse Carlin is a teacher at Columbus Academy in Gahanna, OH. (4/05)
  • Frank Perdicaro earned an MS in computer engineering at University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He now works in Irvine, CA, for Dainippon Screen Engineering of America. (12/00)
  • Reginald Reglus received an MBA from the Wharton School of Business in 1995. He is the founder and President of Reglus and Associates, a computer and consulting company in New York City. (4/05)
  • Frances Reis Jensen received an MD degree in 1997 from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and then completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is currently a member of the teaching faculty in the Department of Medicine at the Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, MD. (4/01)
  • Dan Rosner previously worked as a statistical analyst/programmer at the National Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium's statistical coordinating center in Seattle. He has since founded Cascade Programming Group, Inc., which does data-related analytic, enviornmental and programming projects in Tacoma, WA. (4/12)
  • Robert Ward completed a masters degree in engineering management at Stanford. He developed Acclivity Photonics, a small startup company that fabricates gradient refractive index lenses for use in fiber optic components.  He is CEO of Northwest Analytics, a venture capital firm,  in Portland, OR.  (1/14)

'86

  • Moritz Hansen received an MD from Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons, and completed his residency in Urology at Stanford University Medical Center. He currently practices with Portland Urologic Associates in Portland, ME. (4/00)
  • Chris Harris completed the 3-2 program in electrical engineering at Columbia in 1987, and subsequently earned an MS in electrical engineering from Stanford. He is currently manager of Network Security Risk Management at Verizon Wireless. (1/07)
  • Joe LaCasce received a PhD in physical oceanography from MIT/WHOI (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute) in 1996. He is currently a professor of meteorology at the University of Oslo. (12/06L)
  • David Lee was a telecommunications analyst with Loral Space and Range Systems for several years. He is now a Senior Network Engineer with Advanced Micro Devices in Sunnyvale, CA. (12/04)
  • Alan McDonald is an account executive with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Atlanta, GA. (12/98L)
  • Andrew Ross received an MS in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He is now a manager at Andersen Consulting in Alexandria, VA. (12/98L)
  • Ali Sadra (Mo Garepapaghi) received a PhD in biophysics from Cornell University,  completed a postdoc at UC San Francisco/San Francisco General Hospital, and is now working for a pharmaceutical company as Senior Scientist in cancer biology. (2/02L)
  • Francine Turner Briggs earned an MS n condensed matter physics from Duke University. She is a practicing electrical engineer in Durham, NC. (2/14)
  • Carlton Wheeler is a senior financial analyst with Group Health Inc. in New York City. (3/97)
  • R. Christopher Wilson received an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in 2002. (1/10)
  • Kristen Woodberry is a social worker in the Child Psychiatry Division at Maine Medical Center. (5/00)
  • Tom Zell is a patent attorney for Xerox, and lives in Portola Valley, CA. (12/06L)

'85

  • Ejaz Ahmad earned a PhD in physics from the University of Florida in 1995.  He currently evaluates emerging technologies for Siemens AG. (12/01)
  • Steve Amann earned a PhD in history and philosophy of science from the University of Maryland in 1993. He teaches AP Physics at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore, Maryland.(12/98)
  • Phil Brown is a Senior Healthcare Information Analyst with Spectrum Medical Group, a Maine-based physician practice, and lives in Falmouth, ME. (5/00)
  • Walter (Buzz) Burlock is in charge of one of the Dreyfus Funds dealing with technical stocks.
  • Kwanghak Huh completed the 3-2 program at Caltech, and received an MS in aerospace engineering from Ohio State University in 1988. He is a senior researcher at Samsung Aerospace in South Korea. (94L)
  • Michael Kopp completed a 4-2 program at Columbia, and then received a PhD in materials engineering from the University of Texas in 1992. He is an analyst and project director for the Center for Naval Analyses in Alexandria, VA, but is currently assigned to the Navy Warfare Development Command in Newport, RI. (9/03)
  • Anne Kovach-Hebling earned a doctorate in engineering from the Fraunhofer Institut fur Solare Energiesysteme, in the area of photovoltaics. She works in public relations for the Fraunhofer Institut in Freiburg, Germany. (2/08)
  • Ignacio Rua received an MD from Cornell University in 1989.  He is a general and vascular surgeon in Miami, FL. (2/14)
  • David Utzschneider earned an MD and PhD (neuroscience) from Yale University. He practices medicine in Baltimore, MD. (2/03)

'84

  • Robert Baumann received a PhD in electrical engineering from Rice University in 1990. He is a currently a Fellow at Texas Instruments focused on radiation-induced effects in semiconductor devices. Outside of his research, he has been advising D.o.D and State Department officials on issues associated with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations relating to technology export controls. He has been elected Fellow of IEEE. (12/06)
  • Michael Lee is a Financial Investment Consultant in Hong Kong. (5/99L)
  • Thomas Marcelle earned a JD from Cornell University in 1988.   He practices law in Albany, NY. (2/14)
  • Thomas Perrault, Jr. received a DC (Doctor of Chiropractic) degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. He is in private practice in Methuen, MA. (1/14)
  • Thomas Rand completed the 3-2 program in Mechanical Engineering at MIT in 1985. He also earned an MS in mechanical engineering at MIT in 1990. He manages the Design Engineering/New Products department at Frigidaire Commercial Products, which deals with low temperature scientific, commercial and specialty equipment. (12/98)
  • George Reisch completed an MS in physics and a PhD in the history and philosophy of science at the University of Chicago. He currently has an NSF Independent Research Fellowship. (12/00L)
  • Steve Schaphorst received a PhD in atomic physics at the University of Oregon in 1991. He now does software design for Delta Information Systems, a small company specializing in advanced video and multimedia applications. (12/00)
  • Warren Turner received a PhD in applied physics from Harvard in 1990. He is an Assistant Professor of physics at Westfield State College in Westfield, MA. (4/05)
  • Bill Zell completed a masters in robotics from the University of Pennsylvania before starting  Montana Whitewater raft company. (1/07L)

'83

  • Adam Briggs worked for the Gillette Company and Duracell Inc. from 1984 to 2001. In 2001, he joined Millennium Cell, Inc., in Eatontown, NJ, and now serves as President of the company. Millennium Cell is a developer and licensor of hydrogen storage and generation technologies as a fuel for portable fuel cells. (12/05)
  • Kermit Brunelle received his MD from the University of Vermont in 1987, and completed his residency in pediatrics at the University of Utah in 1990. From 1990-2000, he worked as a general pediatrician for Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic. In 2000, he opened a solo practice (Bedford Pediatrics) in Bedford, NH. (6/03)
  • Alan Khoury is a Captain in the U. S. Air Force. (L)
  • Mark Miller runs his own software consulting business.
  • Adrian Perregaux is Marketing Director for Magsoft Corporation in Troy, NY, which markets leading computer-aided-engineering simulation tools for computing physical phenomena. (6/05)
  • Gordon Wade received a PhD in applied mathematics from Brown University in 1989. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. (6/05)

'82

  • Adam Briggs is currently president and CEO of Acumentrics Corporation in Westwood, MA. Acumentrics is a manufacturer of rugged uninterruptible power suppies and a developer of soid oxide fuel cells. (12/09)
  • David P. Clements worked with the U.S. Antarctic Research Program for several years after graduation, making three trips to Antarctica, including winter-over stays at South Pole Station in 1983-84 and McMurdo Station in 1985-86. He received a PhD in cosmology and space physics from the University of Delaware in 1995. He is currently a Process Control Engineer for U.S. Steel, managing the computer modeling and operations group at the Sheet Products Division of USS Fairfield Works, in Fairfield, AL. (4/99)
  • Jeffrey Gwynne received an MSEE from WPI in 1984, after which he worked for AT&T Bell Labs for 12 years. After leaving Bell Labs he co-founded Quantum Bridge Communications, an optical access equipment start-up, which was acquired by Motorola in May 2004. Since then, Jeff founded Image Architects, LLC, a marketing and communications firm in emerging high tech industry. (4/05)
  • Robert Longwell completed a 3-2 program in chemical engineering at Stanford University in 1983, also receiving an MS in civil engineering from that institution in 1985. In 1999, heearned a JD degree at Santa Clara University. Robert practices law in the area of healthcare products, which is primarily administrative and regulatory law. (12/09)
  • Jeffrey McCready has completed law school at Hofstra, and is currently working for the Legal Aid Society in New York City. (3/99)
  • Charles Shaughnessy earned a PhD in physics from Dartmouth College in 1989, with research in compact free-electron lasers. He worked for a small business in the New Haven, CT area until 1997, designing and building portable linear accelerators for industrial and security radiography. Since then Charles has been with GE Healthcare in Milwaukee, WI, as a Principal Engineer in the CT Systems Engineering unit, specializing in CT detector design. (9/06)

'81

  • Laurence Lytton and Wayne Matuek work on Wall Street.
  • David McMillan received a DMD from the University of Connecticut, and is practicing in Rangeley, ME. (L)
  • Joel Richardson is a research scientist at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. (4/99)
  • David Schafer earned a PhD in atomic physics from Rice University. He works in the medical imaging field for a Boston-area high tech company, and is currently leading a team of engineers and physicists in the development of a new generation of CT scanners. These scanners include top of the line, high speed volume scanners, and very inexpensive, portable scanners targeted for third world and emergency room applications. (12/98)
  • John Staley is General Manager, ICG Fiber Optic Technology, in Plano, Texas. (99L)
  • Timothy Wilson received an MBA from Duke University, after which he worked for AT&T. He is now a General Partner at an international venture capital company, Partech International, trying to remember his physics as he invests in communications and semiconductor companies. (12/04)

'80

  • Michael Celata is a geophysicist working for the Minerals Management Service in New Orleans. (97L)
  • Michael Connor is an admiral in the US Navy. (1/14)
  • David DeBoer earned his MD from Northwestern University in 1985. He currently practices thoracic surgery at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, IL. (5/09)
  • Rick Gould completed an MS in physics at the University of Washington in 1986.  He works at Transpire, Inc., in Gig Harbor, WA, doing radiation transport software for Varian Medical System's Radiation Treatment Planning Software.  (2/13)
  • Roger Hanson completed the 3-2 program in electrical engineering at Columbia in 1981. He is currently the manager of the financial planning/analysis group at Central Maine Power in Augusta. (4/00)
  • George Papen earned a PhD in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin in 1989, and was on the faculty of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign from 1989 until 2002. He is currently Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, San Diego. (6/05)
  • Geoffrey Woodbury earned an MBA and served as a public accountant for seven years. In 2004 Geof became a tax accountant for a private corporation. (1/10)

'79

  • Peter Bancel received a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, after which he held a research fellowship at the University of Paris. (94L)
  • Vladimir Drozdoff received a PhD in biophysics from Cornell, and a law degree from Vanderbilt. He now works in the intellectual property and patent group at Rogers & Wells in New York City, specializing in biotechnology and pharmaceutical litigation. (1/08)
  • Brett Harrison received an MD from University of Rochester. He has been practicing general surgery at Doylestown Hospital in Doylestown, PA since 1990. (2/08)
  • Dane Krampitz continued on from Bowdoin to pursue a BSEE degree at Columbia University. Currently he lives in the greater Boston area and is the Director of Engineering for AFL - Noyes Division, a company that designs state-of-the art fiber optic test equipment for telecommunications companies and service providers. (6/13)
  • John Markert earned a PhD from Cornell University in 1987. He is a professor of physics at the University of Texas at Austin.  He was named a Presidential Young Investigator in 1992. (2/14)
  • Michal Ruder received her PhD in geophysics from Penn State University in 1986. She is founder and president of Wintermoon Geotechnologies in Denver, CO. (1/13)
  • Karl Q Schwarz received an MD from the University of Rochester in 1983. He is a Professor of Medicine and Director of the Echocardiography Laboratory at the University of Rochester Medical Center. (6/08)

'78

  • Theo Aschman works as a software engineer for Cox Communications. (12/06L)
  • John Coffey received an MD in 1986 from the State University of New York. He practices medicine in New York City. (1/10)
  • Paul J. Dolan received a PhD from Dartmouth College. He is a professor of physics at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. (2/14)
  • Peter Forbes earned an MS in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech in 1981. He currently works as an environmental engineer and project manager for the U.S. Air Force Base Conversion Agency in Presque Isle, Maine. (9/99)
  • Tod Gulick received an MD from University of Rochester. He completed clinical training in Internal Medicine at Barnes Hospital and Washington University in St. Louis, and post-doctoral training at Washington University and in the Department of Molecular Biology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Assistant Biochemist in the Diabetes Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. (2/03)
  • Theodore Morin works at Lincoln Labs. (7/99L)
  • Lyman (Sandy) Page earned a PhD in physics from MIT in 1989. He is a professor of physics at Princeton University. He was named a Presidential Young Investigator in 1994.  (2/14)
  • William Stone received an MS in oceanography from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography. He is New Mexico Geodetic Advisor for NOAA and the National Geodetic Survey in Albuquerque, NM. He is also actively pursuing a career in landscape photography with his work exhibited as fine art prints and published in a variety of books, calendars, and other publications. (9/10)

'77

  • Douglas D'Ewart is a manufacturer's representative with D'Ewart Representatives in Bothell, WA. (6/97L)
  • W. (Bill) Elwell completed the 3-2 program in Civil Engineering at Columbia. He is a partner in Excel Engineering, Inc., a consulting firm in Houston, TX providing engineering services to the oil and gas industry. (4/00)
  • E. Scott Emerson received an MBA from the University of Chicago in 1982. He is president of Mueller Electric Company in Cleveland, OH and Mueller Electric (Shanghai) Ltd., a manufacturer of printed circuit board connectors, solder equipment, and accessories for electronic test and measurement. (2/10)
  • Anthony Iani completed the 3-2 program in mechanical engineering at Columbia, and later received an MBA from Purdue University. He worked for Lucent Technologies until 2001. (7/01)

'76

  • Sprague Ackley received a Masters in physics from Stony Brook University in 1979. He has worked for Intermec since 1980 and is currently living in Seattle, Washington. He is interested in various areas of the bar code and RFID technologies and has 50 US patents. (9/07)
  • Marjorie Cole Turner received an MS in geophysics from the University of Alaska in December 1980. She is currently an adjunct assistant professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Worldwide. (6/13)

'75

  • Bradley Bagshaw receiving a JD from Harvard University in 1981. He is an attorney with the firm of Helsell Fetterman in Seattle, WA. He does litigation and trial work, mostly in federal court, and mostly in the maritime industry. (6/14)
  • Richard Jacobson received a PhD in neurobiology from the University of Chicago in 1980, and an MD in 1982. He did residencies in pediatrics and neurology at Stanford Medical Center and Boston Children's Hospital, and was a research fellow in molecular neurobiology at Stanford. He is currently associate professor of Neurology, Pediatrics, and Cellular Biology and Anatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin. His interests include the molecular and genetic basis of nervous system development, genetic and metabolic disorders of the nervous system, pediatric neuromuscular disease, clinical neurophysiology, and computer modelling of nervous system function. (2/99)

'74

  • Joseph Donahue earned his law degree from Boston University in 1977.  He is a partner of the firm Preti Flaherty in Augusta, Maine. (6/14)
  • Paul R. Prucnal earned his PhD at Columbia. He is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University. His current research activities include fiber-optic communication networks, ultrafast optical switching, and optical techniques for biomedical imaging. His lab has developed an all-optical switch with Terahertz bandwidth, which is a couple of orders of magnitude faster than state-of-the-art electronics. The main applications of this work are to advanced multiprocessor computer interconnects and the next generation internet. (12/98)
  • William Severance is a realtor in Lovell, ME. (L)
  • Jay Van Tassell received his MS in oceanography and limnology from the University of Wisconsin in 1975, and his PhD in geological oceanography from Duke University in 1979. He is a professor of geology at Eastern Oregon State University in La Grande, OR. (6/07)

'73

  • Daniel Belknap earned his PhD from the University of Delaware in 1979. He is a professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Maine at Orono. (6/07)
  • F. Andrew de Ganahl has retired as Vice President and Chief Recording Engineer at PARC Studios in Orlando, FL. (6/03)
  • Jay Vivian joined IBM in 1978 after receiving an MBA from Harvard Business School. Working in IBM finance, he earned a CFA charter in 1994, and retired as head of IBM's $140 billion retirement funds group in 2007. He was vice chair of CIEBA, the retirement fund trade group, served as a member of the New York Stock Exchange Pension Managers Advisory Committee, and is on a number of other advisory boards. In retirement Jay has more time for physics, including readings in cosmology and continued chasing of total solar eclipses (weather permitting #7 will be Bhutan in July '09 and #8 Chile in July '10). (12/08)

'72

  • John Roomas received an MS in physics from WPI in 1978. John, who holds a US patent in software, recently retired from Cisco Systems. (1/10)

'71

  • Parker Mann taught physics at Biddeford High School from 1972 to 1983. Parker was awarded an MS in Geophysics from Boston College in 1984. He has spent more than 26 years with Chevron's exploration technology company in Calgary and plans to retire soon. (5/10)

'70

  • Richard Nilson earned an MD from the University of Connecticut in 1977.  He practices psychiatry in Newcastle, ME.  (2/11)
  • Wayne Sanford received an MS in computer science from the University of Illinois in 1972. (1/10)

'68

  • Gerald (Jay) Jellison received a PhD from Brown University. He is a senior scientist in the Solid State Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. (12/98)

'67

  • Robert E. Levasseur received a BS in elecrical engineering from MIT as part of Bowdoin's 3-2 program. Robert received an MS in electrical engineering from Northeastern University and an MS in management from MIT Sloan School. He went on to earn a PhD in applied management and decision sciences from Walden University. (1/10)

'65

  • L. Sanders Smith received a MS in electrical engineering in 1967 from Columbia University. (1/10)

'64

  • Richard Bail is the founder and President of Communities Without Borders, as well as primary-care practitioner at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center. (4/12)
  • Fred Loxsom received a PhD from Dartmouth College. He was a professor of physics at Trinity University in San Antonio,TX until 2004. Currently, he holds the Endowed Chair of Sustainable Energy Studies in the Environmental Earth Science Department at Eastern Connecticut State University. (12/09)
  • Charles Metz received a PhD in radiological physics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1969.  Prior to his death in 2012, he was a professor of radiology at the University of Chicago. (1/14)

'63

  • Timothy Hayes received a PhD in applied physics from Harvard in 1968. He is a professor of physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. (6/07)
  • Stanley Flagg received an MS in agriculture from VA Tech. (1/10)

'62

  • Andrew Iverson received an MD from Tufts University and subsequently became a urologist.(1/10)
  • David Roberts earned a PhD in astronomy from Case Western Reserve University.    He was a lab instructor at Bowdoin from 1983 until his retirement in 2001.

'61

  • Robert Barlow received a PhD in biophysics from Rockefeller University in 1967. Prior to his death in December 2009, he was a professor of Ophthalmology at the SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. (1/10)
  • John Moore received an MS in physics in 1962 and a PhD in physics in 1967 from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. John served as an Assistant Professor in E.E. and as a member of the MIT Materials Science Department from 1967-1969. During his career he worked as a physicist for Microbit Corporation, SRI, Tektronix And Xerox before retiring in 2005.
  • Richard Mostrom has retired as a project manager for SSG Inc. in Wilmington, MA. (2/14)
  • William Roope received an MS in Science Education from the University of Pennsylvania in 1965. William retired in 1995 after 33 years in secondary education. (12/09)

'60

  • Stephen Burns received an AM and PhD from Harvard in applied physics. He has retired as Professor from the US Naval Academy. (12/00)
  • Bruce McCombe received a PhD in experimental condensed matter physics from Brown University in 1965. He is Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and Director of the Center for Spin Effects and Quantum Information in Nanostructures. (12/07)
  • Robert L. Thomas received a PhD in physics from Brown University. He is a professor in Department of Physics and Astronomy at Wayne State University in Detroit, and Director of the Institute for Manufacturing Research. (12/98)

'59

  • George Basbas received a PhD from the University of North Carolina. He is Editor of Physical Review Letters. (12/00L)
  • Robert Edwards received a MEd in Science Education from University of New Hampshire in 1958(?). (12/09)

'58

  • Richard Payne received a PhD from the University of Rhode Island. He is the expert on sensors and calibrations, and whatever odd problems come up that no one else knows how to tackle, for the Upper Ocean Processes Group at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He gets to do some instrumental development work as well as too many calibrations at times. (12/98)
  • Paul Todd received a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in 1964. He is Chief Scientist at Techshot, Inc. in Greenville, IN focusing on biomedical engineering and instrumentation research. (1/12)
  • James Turner received a BS, MS, and PhD from MIT. He taught physics at Bowdoin from 1964 until his retirement in 2001.

'57

  • Paul Kingsbury received his MA from Wesleyan University and his PhD in solid state physics from the University of Utah. Now retired, Paul worked 28 years at the Sullivan Park Laboratory of Corning Inc., where he was manager of the Physical Properties Research Department. (1/09)

'56

  • Wayne Wright received an MS in applied physics from Harvard in 1957, and a PhD in 1961. His research area was physical acoustics. He taught physics at Kalamazoo College in Michigan from 1962 until his retirement in 1999, and is now a part-time Research Fellow in the Applied Research Labs at the University of Texas at Austin. (4/00)

'54

  • Bill Hoffman has been working for the last 40 years at the University of Arizona as an astronomer and instrument builder. He is currently building infrared instrumentation for the Large Binocular Telescope on Mt. Graham in Arizona, which is the largest telescope in the world in terms of area of glass on a single mount. (1/13)

'53

  • Guy Emery earned a PhD in physics from Harvard University in 1959.  He was professor of physics at Indiana University and associate director for research at the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility.  In 1988, he returned to Bowdoin as professor of physics until his retirement in 1998.  His current interest is the history of twentieth-century physics.  (6/14)
  • Robert F. Law received a BS in business and engineering management from MIT in 1954. (12/09)

'52

  • George Maling received his BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering from MIT in 1954, an Electrical Engineer degree in 1958 and a PhD in Physics in 1963. He retired from the IBM Corporation in 1992, and in 1993 became the managing director of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering. He retired from that post in 2001, but still serves as managing editor of Noise/News International and as president of the INCE Foundation. For his contributions to acoustics, he received the 1999 Rayleigh Medal from the Institute of Acoustics in the UK. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and lives in Harpswell, Maine. (2/08)

'50

  • Sterge T. Demetriades received an MS in chemical engineering from MIT in 1951 and an Engineer's Degree in mechanical engineering from Caltech in 1958. (1/10)

'43

  • John W. Hoopes, Jr. received a BS in chemical engineering from MIT in 1944, as part of Bowdoin's 3-2 engineering program. In 1946 John received an MS and in 1951 a PhD in chemical engineering from Columbia University. (1/10)