Environmental and Conservation Biology
College of Science, Health & the Liberal Arts

After Graduation

Here's some information about what our graduates have gone on to do after graduation. Return in the coming weeks for photographs and further details.


Since she has graduated Kendra has been working part-time as a Restoration Field Manager for Wissahickon Restoration Volunteers.


Directly after graduating Amanda was a Bureau of Land Management/Chicago Botanic Garden Intern. After this internship ended she was a Wildlife Habitat Management Intern on the Sanibal River, where she conducted habitat assessments and nest searches for snowy plovers, as well as performing wildlife surveys by canoe on the Sanibel River. Amanda also set up and monitored drift fences to assess predation on snowy plovers


After she graduated Christina worked at The Academy of Natural Sciences. She was responsible for the care and maintenance of over 100 different species of mammals, birds, and reptiles housed at the Academy of Natural Science's Live Animal Center, including enrichment activities and routine health examinations.

Christina is currently an MS candidate at the University of New Hampshire. She is engaged in a research study to determine which of two different aerial photography programs is better able to classify satellite photos of Pawtuckaway State Park, Nottingham, NH.


Joell took part in a bat crew after she graduated, finding radio tagged bats. She has also been doing Ecological Site Inventories with Range techs at Glade Park. Joell has had the opportunity to use a large GIS and GPS a lot.

To contact us, telephone Professor Anne Bower at 215.951.6803 or email bowera@philau.edu.