In honor of all of our graduating Seniors and Graduate Students we look forward to sharing your next steps and or words of wisdom for those following in your footsteps! Please send a picture and a few lines about your plans to Allyson Beall King email@example.com. Scroll down for a complete list of the SOE Class of 2021!
Regan Del Rosario
After graduation I will be working for First Carbon Solutions Inc. as an Environmental Services Analyst!
I am moving to Seattle and hoping to get my career started there. I plan to apply for graduate school a year or two down the road to further my studies on climate policy and environmental sustainability. My career interests include environmental sciences, environmental/climate policy, and environmental education and outreach.
I’ll be starting vet school at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine this fall, and I couldn’t be more excited. I’m happy to say that my time as a Coug does not end with the culmination of my undergraduate degree.
I am so excited to be attending the University of Utah in the fall pursuing a PhD in Seismology studying Yellowstone volcanic structure and hazards. Go Cougs!
I am excited to begin my career in Forestry with American Forest Management, Inc. in Spokane.
I will be working as an Education Program Assistant at Northwest Trek in Eatonville, WA this summer. While I’m sad my journey as a cougar has ended, I am excited to start working! I’m passionate about conservation and education outreach. Thank you to everyone who has helped me along my college journey. In the words of the Scottish farewell: “So, fill to me the parting glass. Good night and joy be with you all.”
I already have a job with Idaho Fish and Game in Lewiston as a fishery technician, however I plan on taking a year off before pursuing my masters and getting more field experience. Don’t be afraid to reach out to agencies while in school to get experience, they are great about working around your class schedule!
After graduation I will be working for the Conservation Corps in the Grand Canyon. My advice for anyone would be to take every opportunity you can. You only get this life and the college experience once so live it to the fullest!
Following graduation, I will be moving to Salt Lake City to plant a new church on the campus of the University of Utah with Resonate Church. I am excited to be a part of building a faith-based community for students!
I am excited to be attending the University of Nevada, Reno in the fall pursuing a M.S. degree in the Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering. My research will focus on Structural geology and tectonics!
My four years at WSU have taught me so much about myself and the world. Thank you to everyone who made it such a memorable experience! After interning this summer, I will hopefully be on my way to travel the world!! GO COUGS!
After graduation I will be joining Environmental Resource Management as an Environmental Consultant in Seattle, WA! Go Cougs!!
I could not have imagined studying at a better university. Thank you to everyone who supported me through it all! Go Cougs!
So many at WSU Vancouver have provided me support and opportunity and I will forever be grateful to those who have helped me thrive and achieve this milestone. In no way has this journey been easy, but I know that all the struggles and hardship were worth it. I chose to pursue a field I am passionate about, hope to continue working in research, and plan to pursue a graduate program in the future. Do what you love and love what you do.
After graduation, I will be working for Global Diving and Salvage in Seattle as a Marine Environmental Technician. I’m excited to be working on oil spill response to help keep hazardous materials out of Puget Sound and keep it clean. Go Cougs!
I look forward to bringing the knowledge I gained through my graduate studies to my current position at WA State Dept. of Health in Environmental Public Health, Radiation Protection. I am so thankful for WSU and all my professors as many valuable opportunities to learn and grow were provided. To those following this path, I wish you great success along this excellent and important academic journey. Go Cougs!
I’ll be heading east to Richmond, VA to pursue a career in conservation and restoration ecology within the Chesapeake Bay watershed! To future Cougs: find your niche, set down some roots, and challenge yourself to grow. WSU will provide many opportunities to learn more about yourself, your community, and the impact you’d like to have on the world – get involved and don’t miss out!
Earth and Environmental Sciences BS
Environmental and Ecosystem Sciences Pullman
Regan Del Rosario
Addie Garcia Amos
Tung Ho Ning
Environmental and Ecosystem Sciences TriCities