Alumni
Zachry Szura

Zachry Szura

Zachry graduated from FLC in Spring 2021 with an Engineering degree. He was affiliated with PEAQS, a researcher on the Senior Seminar Lung on a Chip project; his team developed a new design for the microfluidic device that is being used in the project. Zachry is interning at a local engineering firm, and then will move to Phoenix where he plans to work in industry. Eventually he plans to pursue a graduate degree.

Koby Vargas

Koby Vargas

Koby graduated from FLC in Spring 2021 with his degree in Engineering. Koby was active on the Thermoelectric Device team for two years.

Mark Torres

Mark Torres

Mark graduated from FLC in Spring of 2021 with an Engineering degree. Mark was affiliated with PEAQS, a researcher on the Senior Seminar Lung on a Chip project; his team developed a new design for the microfluidic device that is being used in the project.

Alex Romme

Alex Romme

Alex graduated from FLC with an Engineering degree in Spring of 2021. Alex was affiliated with PEAQS, a researcher on the Senior Seminar Lung on a Chip project; his team developed a new design for the microfluidic device that is being used in the project. He plans to stay in the Durango area for now and will be applying at local engineering firms.

Cooper Wiens

Cooper Wiens

Cooper graduated from FLC in Spring of 2020 with a Biochemistry degree. He was an active leader in the Lung on a Chip project and will work with researchers in Summer of 2021 to continue knowledge transfer. Cooper is deciding whether he'll pursue a career in medicine or medical research and will be applying to graduate programs for Fall 2022.

Madeline Stalder

Madeline Stalder

Maddy graduated from FLC in December 2020. After coming to FLC for a summer research experience, Maddy decided to stay and worked on PEAQS research for three years. She's currently applying to graduate school. Maddy was the recipient of FLC's Taylor Gibbons Award (Most Outstanding Physics Student of the Year).

Marcus Williams

Marcus Williams

Marcus graduated from FLC in Spring of 2020 and was affiliated with PEAQS for two years, his primary funding being an NIH MARC grant. Marcus was a lead on the Lung on a Chip research with Dr. Jeff Jessing. He has been accepted into a post-baccalaureate program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine for Fall 2020. He'll also be applying to MD/PhD programs.

Jimmy Sumpter

Jimmy Sumpter

Jimmy graduated from FLC in Spring 2020. He'll be pursuing his PhD in Materials Science at University of Wisconsin in Fall 2020.

Thomas Coleman

Thomas Coleman

Thomas graduated from NSU in 2019 and followed his dream of teaching STEM. He's now an 8th grade science teacher at Windsor Middle School, Baltimore County, MD. Here he's pictured demonstrating a rocket launch at Rocket Days in Fall 2018.