Is admitted to the Molecular Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PhD program at the Mayo Graduate School. Emma will participate in the Initiative to Maximize Student Development Program and was awarded $3000 annually for the first two years by participating in the program. In addition, she will receive a full waiver of tuition, health insurance, and an annual stipend for a total funding of $68,000 for her first year.
Ia is continuing to pursue graduate school options in Industrial & Organizational Psychology for fall 2014.
Harmony has accepted an offer of admission to the MFA program in Creative Writing at Kansas University. She was awarded a Graduate Teaching Assistantship which includes full tuition waiver, health insurance contribution, and annual stipend guaranteed for the three years of the program, totalling approximately $68,000 funding value.
Kenna is admitted to UW-Madison's - Endocrinology & Reproductive Physiology PhD program. She will receive full funding from her program of study.
Brittany is deferring graduate school for a year and has accepted a position on an Alaskan fishing vessel in Biology doing observation and population analysis.
Mikyla has accepted a summer internship at the office of the St. Croix County Medical Examiner working alongside mentor Patty Schachtner, ME. The internship opportunity allows involvement with cadavers, autopsies, embalming, cremations, as well as conducting mental health related research. Applications for Pathologist Assistant programs will be admitted fall 2013.