University of Vermont, Class of 2012
B.S. University of Vermont, Major: Animal Science, Minor: Wildlife
Hannah Lachance grew up on various military bases in New York, Kansas,
Massachusetts, and Germany. In 2009 she began studying Animal Science
with a minor
in Wildlife Biology at the University of Vermont.While she was a
she conducted a research project in the Wright Lab titled, "Bacteria
Diversity in the Rumen of Impala from Pongola South Africa." She
graduated from the University of Vermont in December of 2012 at which
point she began work as a Research Assistant in Dr. Wright's lab as
well as an Assistant Lab Coordinator with Fran Kinghorn. Hannah began
working with Dr. McKay in April of 2013.
Poster: "Genome-wide Epigenetic Survey of Vermont Bobcat (Lynx rufus) and Fisher (Martes pennanti)"
of Vermont, Class of 2017
is currently an undergraduate student majoring in animal science within
the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Her main interest is in
genetics with a focus on agricultural animals. Sarah enjoys hiking and
skiing the mountains of Vermont.
ranch in the sweltering Texas heat. He is currently attending high
school in world renowned Proteet, Texas. Although not at his full
potential, being only 16 years of age, he strives to be at the top not
only in physical aspects but in educational standards. All Rex's life
he has been ever so fascinated with Animal Science and while perusing
this fascination he stumbled across the McKay clan. Rex encourages all
to seek out what interests them and what they are passionate about. Rex
is a run-of-the-mill person and enjoys a good match of ping pong with
the local priests.
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