Life After Lycoming
More than half of all astronomy and physics majors continue their education at graduate schools. Graduates from Lycoming have been accepted into programs across the country, including Penn State University, Tufts University, the University of Virginia, George Mason University, George Washington University, Colorado State University, and the Florida Institute of Technology.
Those astronomy and physics students who decide to enter the workforce upon graduation find employment relating to their major ranging from teaching to industrial research to meteorology to positions in government labs.
- Tara Tubbs — Microwave engineer at L3 Communications
- Jake McDonough — Attending Drexel University for engineering
- Katie Pazamickas — Optical engineer at ITT Exelis and Electro-Mechanical Engineer at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Suzanne Smith — Attending The Catholic University of America for physics
- Ryan Grosso — Attending University of Cincinnati for physics
- Andrew McGovern — Serving in the Nuclear Navy
- Mark O'Brien — Attending Tufts University for mathematics
- Christina Nestlerode — Attending George Mason University for solar physics
- Rebecca Jervey — Attending George Mason University for astronomy
- Nicole Gugliucci — Attending University of Virginia for astronomy
- Robert Benoit — Attending University of Virginia for electrical engineering
- Erin Mastrantonio — Attending University of Virginia for electrical engineering
- Scott Moerschbacher — Attending George Washington University for nuclear physics