Welcome, Chemistry Alumni!

Thank you for visiting the Alumni page for UM-Flint Chemistry & Biochemistry. We hope you'll enjoy the stories of your fellow alums, and that you take the time to tell your own! 

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Stories of our alumni

Jared Arnold, Biochemistry '14

Jared knew he wanted to enter the professional world after undergrad. Jared gained valuable experience in his UM-Flint chemistry courses, and the department supported him in interning with Lockhart Chemical Company. Jared says, "“I never saw myself as a bench chemist long-term, so I was seeking out alternate opportunities. It was interning at Lockhart while finishing my degree where I really saw what I could do with my education,” Arnold says. “Organizing operations and solving product-related issues were interesting challenges for me.” 

Evelyn Gagnon, Biochemistry/Clinical Lab Science '20

Evelyn will begin her internship at Beaumont Health to become a state-certified medical technologist in January 2021. She says that working as a chemistry tutor was one of her favorite things about her UM-Flint experience.“I really loved being able to work with other students and help them,” Evelyn says. “It just brightens your day to bump into someone that you know and someone you’ve helped.”

Tyler Doyon, Biochemistry '15

Tyler Doyon is currently a PhD candidate in U-M Ann Arbor's Chemical Biology program. He also received a fellowship through the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Tyler says, “The small class size at UM-Flint is an incredible asset to students like me, as it allows us to work closely with professors and conduct original research. I owe a great deal to Dr. Kingsley and all of the department for their guidance and mentorship over the years.”


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