For more than 22 years, Ryan Korner ’01 has worked with IRS Criminal Investigation, and within the past few months was promoted to Director of Field Operations for the Western United States.
Growing up in Spencer, West Virginia, Shelby Lassiter ’22 had plenty of opportunities to be around animals. Along the way, she developed a passion for helping them.
Clay Mastin ’22 believes the valuable internship experience he benefited from last summer, along with an enjoyable senior capstone project this year at Marietta College, put him in a strong position when he began his job search.
Four years ago, Marietta College proudly boasted how three Biochemistry graduates were heading off to veterinary schools around the country.
Now, Megan Baché ’17, Ashley Payne ’17 and Rachel Stahl ’17 have graduated from their respective programs.
Former roommate and teammate Kurt Etter ’87 wasn’t surprised when he heard the news. Neither was former Marietta College basketball coach Phil Roach.
Returning to Ashtabula was not something Mattie Stowell ’14 was looking to do.
Still, after graduating from Ohio State’s College of Dentistry in 2018, Stowell immediately found herself back at a place that she was very familiar with, her hometown dental office, Ashtabula Dental Associates.
Having gone down this path 20 years earlier, John B. Langel ’70 was the right person for the women on the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team to contact.
Growing up on a farm in the western part of Washington County, Ashley Payne ’17 (Watertown, Ohio) has been caring for animals almost her entire life.
On a particular day when she was in junior high school, she noticed one of the family pigs was sick.
Aimee Cline ‘14 wasn’t new to football.
She had experience working with football players as a student athletic trainer at Marietta, and she interned for Sports International, which allowed her to work with the NFL’s New York Jets and Giants.