Meet Some Graduates
Michael Shriver, Class of 2013
Dual Major: Chemistry/Biology
Michael currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio where he is attending medical school at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
"The greatest aspect of Le Moyne is its ability to allow students to grow within the curriculum. Through the variety of courses offered in all subjects across disciplines, I was able to mature and grow both as a person and as an student. The strength of the Chemistry Department stems from its amazing faculty. During my time at Le Moyne I was consistently impressed by the professors' empathetic concern for students. With each and every encounter it was highly evident that the professors truly cared about their students, and wanted nothing more but to see every single student succeed and develop in his or her knowledge. I will be forever grateful for my time at Le Moyne and how it shaped me as both a compassionate human being, as well as a student always striving to impart my best upon the world."
Best part of being a Dolphin? "The daily understanding that you are not alone in your academic adventure. Through friends, and especially the faculty at Le Moyne, help is always available to ensure your progress. With the tight-knit community that exists at the college, I truly felt during my years at Le Moyne that I was home."
Lynne Duffy, Class 2006 (BS) and 2008 (MST)
Lynne currently lives in Chittenango, NY. After graduation, she continued at Le Moyne, earning her Masters in Secondary Education. She worked as the director of NYS Department of Environmental Conservation environmental education summer camp. Currently, she teaches biology at the Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School.
Best part of being a Dolphin? "Being part of a caring community of professionals who are always willing to help out, even several years after graduation. I feel comfortable asking almost any science professor I had to help me in my professional career."
Steven Jacob, Class of 2009
Michael currently lives in Rochester, NY where he attends graduate school in chemistry at the University of Rochester.
"Professors at Le Moyne take teaching very seriously and work hard to make the subject matter interesting. Rather than lecture as experts, they seem to be advocates of the subject recruiting students to help study the material."
Best part of being a Dolphin? " I not only got to know my fellow students very well but also my professors, especially the chemistry professors. The faculty were very willing to help me beyond the classroom to get into graduate school."