Delia Shelton, shown here at a field station in Costa Rica, graduated from Southwestern University in 2009 with an Animal Behavior major. She was awarded a UNCF-Merck Fellowship to do an undergraduate year abroad at Universidad Nacional in Costa Rica, and at the University of Ghana. Currently, she is teaching IPC at Sam Houston Math, Science and Technology Center in Houston. Delia has been awarded three research fellowships to attend graduate school for a Ph.D. at Indiana University. (8-4-10)
Chris Agerton is at UT Austin in the Turing Scholars Program at UT Austin and worked as an intern at Google in the summer of 2007. (3-24-07)
Daniel Glasscock is enjoying Rice University and will be studying mathematics abroad in Budapest, Hungary next year.
Kyle Guillet is beginning his third year at UT Austin, where he is a Dean's Scholar double major in Math and Biology.
Hannah Marman graduated Cum Laude from Trinity University in December, 2007.(4-21-07)
Starr Morgan Braunstein graduated Cum Laude from UT Dallas in December, 2007 with a BS in Biology.
Rebecca Bennett graduated Cum Laude from Cornell University in May, 2009 with a B.S. in Engineering. She was then commissioned in the Navy and is at Pensacola, Florida, where she will become a Naval Aviator. Rebecca was highlighted on the Cornell wesite as one of the 20 most interesting seniors.
Dana Sanders graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Honors College of the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with an emphasis on Health and Humanities.
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