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Joe and Nea (Gouin) Christensen (BS, 2005) - Joe works in information technology at Humana Health Care in Green Bay. Nea recently accepted a position as field service engineer for Operon Systems in Appleton.
 
Matt Earleywine (BS, 2007) - Matt is currently working on electrochemical energy conversion and storage at Lynntech, Incorporated, College Station, TX. He has been accepted to the Colorado School of Mines graduate program in engineering for the Fall Semester 2008.
 
Mike Janssen (BS, 2003) - Mike was recently promoted to test support technician at Plexus Corporation in Neenah. He and his wife Erin are expecting their first child.
 
Corey Jaskolski (BS, 2000) - In 2007, Corey sold Hydro Technologies (the company he founded after receiving a master's degree from MIT) and joined National Geographic as director of engineering. He now leads a team of scientists and engineers that develop imaging systems, such as Crittercam, that operate in inaccessible locations (see photo below).
 
Chris Musson (BS, 2006) - Chris spent one year with AmeriCorps after graduation. At AmeriCorps, Chris served on the water quality team for the Knoxville (TN) Community Action Committee. This year, Chris is enrolled in the Great Lakes Boat Building School (MI).

Corey Jaskolski (front of boat) attempting to persuade a 30,000 lb humpback whale calf to accesorize with the latest version of Crittercam.