Allison M. Goldsmith '09, a biochemistry major, is a graduate student at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.
Kyle T. Packer '08, a biochemistry major, is studying medicine at the Dartmouth School of Medicine.
Allison Mauck '08, a biochemistry major, is a volunteer for the Lutheran Volunteer Corps at Thunder Road Adolescent Treatment Center.
Stephanie L. Hemmingson '08, a chemistry major, is working as a research assistant at Oregon Health Science University.
Joel S. Beckett '08, a biochemistry major, is studying medicine at Yale School of Medicine.
Jenna L. Rose '07, a biochemistry major, is a Ph.D. candidate at Notre Dame.
Laurel E. Clark '07, a chemistry major, is working as a chemist in the crop science division of BASF, a leading chemical company.
Audrey Canner '07, a biochemistry major, works as an inclusion assistant at Special Kids Crusade.
Katharine L. Bente '07, a chemistry major, is an associate scientist for Medtronic Diabetes.
Joshua J. Zhang '07, a biochemistry major, works as a researcher at National Institutes of Health.
Kelly P. Burke '06, a chemistry major, is currently studying at Johns Hopkins Medical School and plans to earn an M.D./Ph.D. degree in biochemistry and pharmacology.
Karly Burke '06, a biochemistry major, won a Fulbright award to teach English in South Korea. Also the winner of a George J. Mitchell Scholarship, which supports one year of graduate study in Ireland, Burke declined the Fulbright and accepted the Mitchell.
Thomas J. Magliery '96 has been an assistant professor in the department of chemistry and the department of biochemistry at The Ohio State University since 2005. He is a member of the Ohio State Biochemistry Program, the Biophysics Graduate Program and the Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Program.
Paul A. Bonvallet '96, a chemistry major and physics minor, is an assistant professor of chemistry at the College of Wooster. Paul received his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin in 2001. From 2002-2004 he was a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA's Department of Chemistry and California NanoSystems Institute.
Carla Ainsworth '95, a chemistry and history double major, has served as an alumni trustee of Kenyon since 2006. Ainsworth earned her medical degree at Washington University in St. Louis and a master's degree in public health at the University of California at Berkeley. She is now a family physician with Swedish Family Medicine in Seattle, Washington.
Jonathan Tazewell '84, a chemistry major, returned to Kenyon two years after his graduation, to work for the Kenyon admissions office. Tazewell then went on to earn his master of fine arts degree from California Institute of the Arts in directing for theater, video, and cinema in 1994. Tazewell again returned to Kenyon in 1997 as an Assistant Professor of Drama and has been teaching at Kenyon since.
Harvey Lodish '62 H'82 'P89, and Pamela Lodish P'89, established the Harvey F. Lodish Faculty Development Professor in the Natural Sciences to recognize excellence in teaching, research, and scholarship among junior faculty in the natural sciences at Kenyon. Lodish is a professor of biology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a founding member of Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research.
James D. Cox '60, H'97 serves as the Stringer Professor of Oncology and Chair of Radiation Oncology at the Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas. To Jim Cox, Kenyon will always be the place where he learned that students and faculty members can challenge one another's views without rancor--the sort of spirited discourse that would later stimulate his own work in cancer research.
Carl Djerassi '43 is best known as creator of the birth-control pill. The distinguished chemist has also made a mark in the literary world. Currently, he serves as a professor emeritus of chemistry at Stanford. See his Kenyon profile to learn more.