|John Hagens (Class of 2013) volunteering with researcher Tim Mullady at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Corn Island site, August 2014. John recieved his Environmental Toxicology degree from UC Davis in 2013. Photo by Monaca Noble.|
|Recent graduate Kirsten Pearsons (Class of 2015) is now working on a PhD in Entomology at Penn State University. She is studying how pesticides may alter the community ecology of arthropod decomposers in agricultural systems|
|Ryan Beil (Class of 2011) is working on a recent project at Blankinship & Associates, Inc. In the photo, He is building a cattle exclosure for a study on the effect of biosolids on vegetation production in grazing lands.|
|Rebecca Belloso (Class of 2014) is presenting her master's practicum (thesis) work for her Master of Public Health. Her research focused on helping OEHHA evaluate the CA Medical Supervision Supervision Program, which is designed to protect workers who regularly mix, load, or apply the highly toxic Category I and Category II organophosphate (OP) and N-methyl carbamate pesticides (CB)|
|David Bonnar, class of 2011. After graduating, David worked as a Staff Scientist for Blankinship & Associates, Inc., Agricultural & Environmental Science & Engineering, in Davis, California. Since then David has returned to UC Davis as a graduate student. He is a Ph.D. student in the UC Davis Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry Graduate Group in the lab of Dr. Ron Tjeerdema!|
|Elizabeth Marder (class of 2011), is currently working as an Environmental Scientist with California EPA's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, after receiving her Ph.D. from Emory University.|
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