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FNR Celebrates Spring 2024 Graduates

Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources welcomed 62 individuals to its alumni ranks after the May 2024 graduation ceremonies. Degrees were conferred to 55 undergraduate students, five master's degree students and two PhD students.

A photo gallery highlighting 26 of the graduates is available on the Purdue FNR Facebook page

AQUATIC SCIENCES

Nicole DivinagraciaAquatic sciences students Ian Fleming, Isaac Jones, Yang Liu, Emma Engel, Emily Ragsdale, Megan Merryman, Colleen O'Toole and Kaitlyn Sinclair
Olivia Dvoracek
Emma Engel
Ian Fleming
Alyssa Hermon
Steven Kelly
Isaac Jones
Yang Liu
Luke Neville
Colleen O’Toole
Kaitlyn Sinclair
Kiara Taylor
Emily Troisi
Jena Walker


Aquatic Sciences/ Wildlife Double Majors

Megan Merryman
Emily Ragsdale

Forestry

Kadian Brown
Elizabeth Carter
Benjamin Dimino
Alex Gehlhausen
Liam Gogel
Lillian Hannon
Thomas Jurek
John McCoy
Carl Miller
Jonathan Shimizu

Forestry/Wildlife Double majors

Alex Dudley

INTERDISCIPLINARY AG

Ashley Craig
Trinity Johnson
Lauren Schiller
Lara Short

Wildlife

Keegan AbesonWildlife graduates Anne Talbot, Alex Dudley and Alexis Proudman
Katie Arnold
Thomas Eyrich
Brian Fix
Sophia Flores
Naomi Harris
Jenna Hembree
Luca Iacobucci
Dane Jaquess
Kaitlyn Kabisch
Jerron Kelso
Amanda King
Samantha MacDonald
Kiera Mann
Rebecca Mulligan
Brendan Paquin
Rachel Pate
Phoebe Pilant
Nathan Pingel
Alexis Proudman
Ruby Sanders
Kathryn Seaman
Kaylee Seifert
Anne Talbot

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Alexandra Adams (MS)
Aubrey Franks (MS)
Elias Gaffney (MS)
Erangi Heenkenda (PhD)
Brianne Innusa (MS)
Bowen Li (MS)
Jue Mo (PhD)


A collage of images of FNR May 2024 graduates. Top row (left to right): Alexis Proudman, Anne Talbot, Sophia Flores and Ruby Sanders at the engineering fountain (photo by Trevor Mahlmann); Kaitlyn Sinclair at the door to the Forestry Building; Sophia Flores stands with her diploma at the union arch that reads Purdue University; Ruby Sanders holds her cap at the Bell Tower; Katie Arnold throws her cap under the Bell Tower. Row 2: Alex Dudley, Anne Talbot, Alexis Proudman and Ruby Sanders in cap and gown holding their diplomas at the Bell Tower; Anne Talbot holds her cap near the Bell Tower. Keegan Abeson holds a vase of flowers and his diploma. Row 3: Aquatic sciences majors Ian Fleming, Isaac Jones, Yang Liu, Emma Engel, Emily Ragsdale, Megan Merryman, Colleen O’Toole, Kaitlyn Sinclair; Aquatic sciences majors Emily Ragsdale, Emma Engel, Megan Merryman, Colleen O’Toole, Kaitlyn Sinclair hold their diplomas; Anne Talbot, Alex Dudley and Alexis Proudman hold their decorated caps at the Bell Tower. A collage of images of FNR May 2024 graduates. Top row (left to right): Alexis Proudman, Anne Talbot, Sophia Flores and Ruby Sanders at the engineering fountain (photo by Trevor Mahlmann); Kaitlyn Sinclair at the door to the Forestry Building; Sophia Flores stands with her diploma at the union arch that reads Purdue University; Ruby Sanders holds her cap at the Bell Tower; Katie Arnold throws her cap under the Bell Tower. Row 2: Alex Dudley, Anne Talbot, Alexis Proudman and Ruby Sanders in cap and gown holding their diplomas at the Bell Tower; Anne Talbot holds her cap near the Bell Tower. Keegan Abeson holds a vase of flowers and his diploma. Row 3: Aquatic sciences majors Ian Fleming, Isaac Jones, Yang Liu, Emma Engel, Emily Ragsdale, Megan Merryman, Colleen O’Toole, Kaitlyn Sinclair; Aquatic sciences majors Emily Ragsdale, Emma Engel, Megan Merryman, Colleen O’Toole, Kaitlyn Sinclair hold their diplomas; Anne Talbot, Alex Dudley and Alexis Proudman hold their decorated caps at the Bell Tower.

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