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FNR Celebrates 53 Spring 2022 Graduates

In May 2022, Purdue Forestry and Natural Resources added 53 members to its alumni family, as the department conferred 47 undergraduate and six graduate degrees. 

A photo gallery of 31 featured graduates, including information about their future plans and favorite FNR memories is available on Facebook. 

PhD

  • Peng Chen
  • Taylor Stinchcomb (ESE)


Master's Degree

  • Evelyn Barragan (ESE)
  • Jessiee Elliott
  • Susanna Lagory
  • Sarah Rademacher

 

Aquatic Sciences Majors

  • Clair Beier
  • Zachary Bolte
  • D.J. Burns
  • Morgan Krell
  • Macy Mahrenholz
  • Lily Marigliano
  • Shelby Mathis
  • Avery Matthews
  • Madison Neher
  • Emilie Washer

 

Forestry Majors

  • Lina Bernabe
  • Wyatt Crowel
  • Hunter Hall
  • Carson Kerper
  • Bailey Mcintire
  • Cody Moore
  • Zach Nemeth
  • Thomas Wartenberg

 

Forestry/Wildlife Double Major

  • Russell Duke

 

Interdisciplinary Agriculture Major

  • Margaret Delp

 

Wildlife Majors

  • Rebecca Ashby
  • Davis Balser
  • Samantha Blackwell
  • Ryan Fry
  • Katelyn Garrett
  • Emma Gemlick
  • Sage Hinton
  • Makenna Huddleston
  • Jackson Keesling
  • Kevin Kinser-McBee
  • Megan Kiselica
  • Amacalli Lagunas
  • Jada Laycock
  • Mackenzie Lipps
  • Alexis Lyons
  • Destiny Martinez
  • Sally Martinez
  • Grace Mccarty
  • Tristan Purtlebaugh
  • Denise Yen Ringwalt
  • Aidan Rominger
  • Isabelle Staph
  • Rylee Tomey
  • Brianna Vinup
  • Gwynne Wyatt
  • Cole Wzientek
  • Emily Zimmer

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