Bluffton science department alumni have been featured recently in the Bluffton Magazine.
The Fredericktown, Ohio, native is the youngest of five in a family that was posted at several Native American and Canadian aboriginal reserves after joining the Mennonite Central Committee when he was 3 years old. When he was 13, the family returned to Fredericktown, where he was a home-school graduate. >>Dylan's Story
Dr. Todd Crail '95
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Toledo
"I was a great example of what not to do," says Crail about his college experience. But, in what he calls "a unique situation," Bluffton was "a community that accepted me even though I was a real challenge," he says. >>>>Todd's story
"The academic work at Bluffton is intense and my courses prepared me very well for what I am doing at Yale." >>>Mafo's story
Graduate student, Ohio University
"Bluffton gave me opportunities to build upon all of my strengths through the ability to explore many different interests at once." >>>Micah's story
Dr. William Hammitt (Material Science '65)
While still a student at Bluffton, conversations with Ollie Diller and Robert Kreider guided Bill toward a forestry career. Before retiring, he taught from a text book he co-authored - Wildland Recreation: Ecology and Management.
Dr. Steve Haman '95:
Steve surgically repairs major bone injuries that people suffer in traffic collisions and other accidents. Once the parts are brought together, nature takes over and heals the injury. "I put things where they belong and the rest takes care of itself."
David Lehman '68:
"My clinic and several others within the Denver health system set up an HIV early-intervention service to take care of people who had tested positive for HIV..."