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Jesse Varga
Raptor Keeper

How many people get up-close-and-personal with birds of prey? Jesse Varga ’08 does. He is a caretaker of owls, falcons, vultures, and eagles at Glen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

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Chelsea Blake
An NSF Grant to Study Invasive Predators

Chelsea Blake '08 is exploring the effects of invasive predator species on native prey species, an area of inquiry that allows her to combine her interests in behavioral ecology and conservation.

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Quinn Smith
Arctic Advocate

Quinn Smith '04 worked with others in writing a petition that helped convince the U.S. government to ban all fishing in Arctic waters. The petition and the movement was a truly massive undertaking.

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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