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Eckerd College Chemistry Graduates

Lindsay & KellyWe're proud of our chemistry students and graduates. This section includes information that will allow you to learn more about our students, their work, and their careers.

Class of 2013

  • Avery Cooper
  • Mitchell Dobro
  • Abigail Gestl
  • Jacqueline Steffen
  • Amanda Teets
  • Tianshui Wang

Class of 2012

  • Bernice Baroudi
  • Dylan Finneran
  • Jeremy Keller
  • Paul Meola
  • Qaashif Panjwani
  • Evan Playle
  • Richard Squitieri
  • Thomas Vallieres

Class of 2011

  • Jan-Luca Bell
  • Megan McKenney
  • Jon Miles
  • Kyle Newman
  • Sam Weiksnar

Class of 2010

  • Alexandra Arrigo
  • Sara Jameson
  • Andrew Keane
  • Lily Raines

Class of 2009

  • Robert Gibbons
  • Emma Hiolski
  • James Kehr
  • Elizabeth Lapatovich
  • Katharine Lapatovoch
  • Ariel Lewis
  • Priyanka Makkar
  • Rhonda Makki
  • Khareem Monteith
  • Mary Ramdass
  • Brittany Wright

Class of 2008

  • Katherine Esswein
  • Daniel Hartpence
  • Emily Little
  • Leon Sewkarran
  • Zachery Stewart
  • Michael Waterman
  • Stephanie Wojcik

Class of 2007

  • Stephen Bell
  • Kelly Dowdall
  • Amanda Holup
  • Lindsay Pickett
  • Antonia Powell
  • Rachel Robbins
  • James Rotondi
  • Helen Westbrook

Class of 2006

  • Adam Campo
  • Bill Dawson
  • Dylan Houghton
  • Chaille Mintah
  • Sommer Paquet
  • Gina Roberts

Class of 2005

  • John Bratko
  • Joseph Lagrew
  • Cameron Lippert
  • Delilah Ortiz-Bacon
  • Jennifer Ortiz
  • Breckon Pav
  • Gwyneth Watrous

Class of 2004

  • Stefana Borovska
  • Martin Brown
  • Carl Ducharme
  • Rebecca Harbach
  • Clare LeFave
  • Aimee McLean
  • Matt Medeiros
  • Layne Norton
  • Colleen Ramsey
  • Seth Scott
  • Page Spiess

Class of 2003

  • Dawn Delo

Class of 2002

  • Justin Crotty
  • Phil Dostie
  • Hank Green
  • James Kakoullis
  • Lisa Johnson

Class of 2001

  • Jocelyn Cox
  • Stephen Kottmann
  • Debra Roche
  • Tina Serbanos

Class of 2000

  • Tara Jackson
  • Ali Knefely
  • Jen Lefler
  • Rich Lesiw
  • Leigh Lewis
  • Rob Meyers
  • Matt Ruddell
  • Jeff Wisnoski

Class of 1999

  • Rusty Hammond
  • Shelly Merves
  • Erica Morrell
  • Donald Prather

Class of 1998

  • Marc Benz

Class of 1997

  • Betsy Anderson
  • Autumn Blum
  • Bibi Gonzalez
  • Eric Lehr
  • Kim Nguyen
  • Gaya Sridhar
  • Tim van der Kley

Class of 1996

  • Leigh Caron
  • Nora Green
  • Jennifer Port
  • Patrick Taccard

Class of 1995

  • Mark Cubberley
  • Melanie Frangione
  • Todd Standley

Class of 1994

  • David Cantin
  • Aaron Hynick
  • Andy Judd
  • Barbara Pio
  • German Whitley

Class of 1993

  • Kelly Logan

Class of 1992

  • Jeff Borza
  • Jim Corte
  • Kara Linna
  • Malinda Pauly
  • Nick Welch

Class of 1991

  • Michelle Lipinski
  • Roxanne Spencer
  • Dan Sutherlin
  • Kacia Wenger

Class of 1990

  • Jim Breslin
  • Kim Christopher
  • Vincent Coljee

Class of 1989

  • Kevin McGee
  • Vicki Perez
  • Nate Pribble
  • Chase Smith

Class of 1988

  • Joe Bianconi
  • Stacey Johnson
  • Ed Kalpakian

Class of 1987

  • Priya Gore
  • Brad Pendley

Class of 1986

  • Darlene Cookson
  • Yehia Daaka
  • Melissa Demetrikopoulos
  • Melody Hartnup
  • Dave Torgersen
  • Connie Werking

Class of 1985

  • Carlos Barbas
  • Carl Best
  • Chequita Hilversum
  • Annmarie Mauerman
  • Thomas DePetrillo

Class of 1984

  • Jeffrey Dodge
  • Donald Erdman
  • Gretchen Meinke
  • Bruce Montrose
  • Karin Musier
  • Vincent Scolaro

Class of 1983

  • Jennifer Gould
  • David Murto
  • Walter Rodriquez
  • Glenn Smith
  • Jeffrey Walters

Class of 1982

  • Terrance Buchanan
  • Peter Meinke
  • Gerry Melillo
  • David Solomon
  • Janice Young

Class of 1981

  • John C. Culberson
  • Douglas Schoenberger

Class of 1980

  • John DeCosmo
  • William Kelly

Class of 1979

  • John Hines
  • David Mathre
  • Stephen Pacholak

Class of 1978

  • Thomas E. Entreken
  • Candice A. Irvine

Class of 1977

  • Nathaniel H. Bronner
  • Mary E. Duttweiler Warner
  • Mark D. Herbst
  • Christopher L. Kogstrom
  • Stephen P. Mallach
  • Robert M. Ruis
  • Kirk Searls
  • Stanley G. Bower

Class of 1976

  • Mark E. Noble
  • Alexander Kosten
  • Thomas Sebo
  • Andrew H. Westervelt

Class of 1975

  • Peter B. Anderson
  • David B. Cotts
  • Margaret Ann Leech
  • Richard S. Matthews
  • Harold C. Spear III

Class of 1974

  • William J. Barringer
  • James L. Jones
  • Earle M. Taylor

Class of 1973

  • James W. Penuel, Jr.
  • Maria E. Perinis
  • Jon C. Volkwein
  • Robin E. Wright

Class of 1972

  • Stephen M. Burns
  • Richard R. Sinden
  • Dennis M. Stotts
  • David C. Unley

Class of 1971

  • Catherine Cornelius
  • Marie Ann Iacona
  • Karen Sharrock McCoy

Class of 1970

  • Susan Schwartz Bektesh
  • Michael L. Trehy
  • James B. Edmiston
  • Kenneth E. McIntyre, Jr.
  • Edgar V. Potter, Jr.

Class of 1969

  • Jeffrey D. Cramer
  • David L. Eng-Wilmot
  • Michael K. Haseman
  • Peter B. Livers
  • William W. Moss
  • Charles K. White

Class of 1968

  • Loren S. Carlson
  • Thomas E. Childers
  • William C. Neal, Jr.
  • Henry Travers

Class of 1967

Class of 1966

Class of 1965

  • James G. Sweeny

Class of 1964

  • Harvey E. Jeffries
  • Raymond L. Schmidt

Chemistry at Eckerd

The Chemistry Department at Eckerd College offers Bachelor's degrees in chemistry, including a chemistry degree certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS). We are one of only two Florida colleges where a student can earn an ACS-certified biochemistry degree. Our students have gone on to careers in fields such as forensics, atmospheric chemistry, and pharmaceutical chemistry as well as DNA structural research, cosmetic chemistry, and medicine. We've even graduated a professional baseball player and a college president!

The James Center

Center for Molecular and Life Sciences

Equipped with the latest in eco-conscious innovations, educational technology and scientific instrumentation, the James Center for Molecular and Life Sciences will advance our efforts to prepare tomorrow’s leaders in the sciences, and will quickly become the hub of the Natural Sciences at Eckerd College. Discover the James Center.