College of Biological Sciences alumni can be found all over the globe, doing amazing work with their degrees. Enjoy this collection of features and opportunities for and about CBS alumni.
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CBS Alums in the Duluth area: You are invited to join the College of Biological Sciences for an alumni social at Glensheen on Thursday, May 2 from 6-8 p.m.!
Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments provided. Introductory remarks by Valery Forbes, Dean of the College of Biological Sciences
Join fellow alums and Dean Valery Forbes February 27 starting at 6 p.m. to reconnect. Sample beer from local microbreweries, enjoy a spread from Kramarczuk’s, and connect with fellow College of Biological Sciences alums at the home of CBS alums Cheryl Quinn and Robert Buck.
College of Biological Sciences graduates go on to do great things in healthcare, industry, education and many other areas. We think our grads deserve accolades for their efforts to make a difference whether that's by teaching a high school science class, starting a biotechnology company or working at a clinic or a nonprofit.
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Truong Do, a 2013 graduate in biology, on the University of Minnesota Campus
Title: Neurological Surgery Resident
The College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota and CBS alums Dr. Lolly Schiffman and Kendra Radtke invite you to a Bay Area gathering for alumni and friends. Reconnect with fellow College of Biological Sciences alumni and make new connections. Hear from CBS Dean Valery Forbes and network with fellow CBS alumni. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Riley Seitz (B.S. Microbiology '14) at Surly Brewery in Minneapolis where she is quality manager.
Job title: Quality Manager at Surly Brewery
Rob Kulhanek (B.S. Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, '14) at New York University.