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Notes of Thanks

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Arianna Franca '12

I would like to thanks Lauri Norbeck and Jim Engleman. They are the unsung heroes of the Biology department, and I am so thankful for all their hard work. Though they were not my…

Bennett Langman '01

I'd like to thank Rob Jinks. Though I became an attorney and not a neuroscientist he taught me an incredibly organized and logical approach to thinking and problem solving. I use everyday a concise…

Debra Schwab '96

I graduated from F&M as a biology major in 1996. By far, F&M's greatest attribute is the College's focus on forming strong and long-lasting connections between students and professors. I truly appreciate every professor…

Lisa Yosevitz '12

To every professor that I had at F&M - Thank you for actually caring about my education and for all of the countless office hours, whether it was helping me master the material or…

Michael Gleicher '08

Thank you to Dr. Ardia, whose teaching and work in his field inspired me to become a teacher too.

Rebecca Rehr '09

The basement of Hackman was a great place to spend my academic career. While I was waiting for meetings outside Rich Pepino’s office (because he was inevitably running late, usually because he was helping…

Vrede Snowden P'14

Dear Dr. Fronefield, Thanks as endless as the Universe are sent to you, for creating a warm collegial atmosphere where students thrive! It's no surprise that your contributions to Science and F&M are extragalactic!

Wendell Funk '72

A very special thanks to Dr. Ruth Van Horn and Professor Harry Lane. Both demonstrated a contagious enthusiasm of this profession that translated immediately into the classroom, further increasing my desire to study even…