Mariona will be attending 2016 Space Studies Program at the Technion, in Haifa Israel.
Thomas was offered spots in the graduate programs at Oxford and Cambridge where he is excited to continue rowing light crew. How excited? Check out this picture - the light crew team won by a foot!
Brooke is also an amazing opera singer! After graduation, she is going on to the American University in Washington D.C. where she will apply her exuberance to learning how to manage theatre and opera shows.
He enjoys reading, especially science fiction, and served as co-President of the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association.
This picture was taken after the Yale Summer Session Astronomy program in Chile, as he trekked through Chile and Peru to Machu Picchu.
After finishing a 1 year physics program at Cambridge University, Alyssa was awarded a 2-year Science and Technology Policy Fellowship in D.C. (summer 2015) and will be applying to Law school soon!
Zak graduated class of 2013 with a B.A. in Astronomy.
While at Yale, Zak set up a
fiber optics lab for the Exoplanets research group and helped to develop
a prototype instrument for Keck / HIRES. He was co-author on a book chapter and three refereed papers
and his poster at the AAS meeting in summer 2012 was awarded the Chambliss Prize for undergraduate research and
upon graduating, Zak was awarded the George Beckwith Prize for his proficiency in astrophysics.
Zak is now working in NYC in big finance - we think he's headed for politics!
Congratulations to Zak and Caitleen on their wedding - June 20, 2015! We got to see him when he stopped by Yale in Spring of 2015.
Will enjoys singing, the outdoors and is a certified private pilot.
He went on to Teach For America and spent a year inspiring high school students
in New Jersey to study physics!
Now he is working for an amazing company, Palantir in NYC.
Charlie is getting married summer 2016!
TEDx Yale talk
on Life In Our Solar System.
Graduating in 2012, Joe went on
to grad school in Planetary Science at Caltech.
He collaborated with Andrew Szymkowiak, Christian Schwab, and Julien Spronck on a sol-gel coating facility, a calibration system for the Yale Doppler Diagnostic Facility, and an atmospheric turbulence simulator.
A.J. finished his PhD in mechanical engineering at Princeton (2016) and was offered a job at the
Jet Propulsion Labs! He stopped by to see us in June 2016!
Nick is now working in finance and living the good life in NYC. He stopped by to see us in June 2016!