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2013 Graduates

Junghune Nam,Spencer Allen, Michael Kotlarchyk, Zachary Howard, Ross Spinelli, Marc A. Magagnoli, Gregory S. Janesch, John Howson IV, Mitchell Bennett, Jonathan Beaumariage, Hao Shi, ??, Joel W. Newbolt. Absent: Danielle E. Trost-Campbell, Michael Eggleston, Dylan A. Heberle, Joshua Kahn , Jonathan Lindine, Edward R. Marsten, Justin R. Shellenberger, Jack Wong .

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Astrophysical Sciences & Technology PhD

Christine Trombley will become the first female PhD for Astrophysical Sciences & Technology and her successful defense means that all of the first students to enter the program when it started in 2008 have now completed their PhDs.

Christine was featured in University News

2012 graduates

Left to right: Steven Ulrich, David Allen, Matthew Hesselink, Alexander Dunn, Colin Jacob, Eric Couture, Alexander Marshall, Steven Christopher, Joseph Fabritius II, Kaho Long, Christopher Mullarkey, Oscar Marcelino, Rafael Herschberg, Joseph Caprino, James Downey, Front: Tricia Chapman, Robyn Schwartz .

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2011  Physics  Grads

2011 graduates

Top row left to right; Peter A. Cardegna,Sean Quinn, Eli Putzig, Summer Saraf, Tim Shank, Michael Kotlarchyk
Front row: Adam Podell, Mike Andrews, Wyatt Strong, Melissa Trepanier

Also graduated: Jamie Graham, Matt Wahila, Piotr Kurkowski, Andrew Drake

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2010 graduates

Top row left to right;Timothy Jonathan Bald, Kevin J. Segall,, Nicholas Battista, Allison Eileen Marie Browar, Karl Michael Martini, Zachary E. Dell. Front row: Peter A. Cardegna, Jessica Wolf Clark, Mark A. McCoy, Justin Richard Ludwigsen, Michael Kotlarchyk

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Alumni Association


Lauren Sauer

Associate Director of Alumni Relations

The online alumni network was created especially for graduates of the College of Science at RIT. Within these pages, you'll find an array of resources designed to help keep your connections with your college, your department, and your classmates strong, whether you graduated last May or decades ago.

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