Joe Embry (2013) will be studying veterinary medicine at Texas A&M. Joe was accepted into three schools of veterinary medicine.
David Hallenbeck (2013) was accepted into dental school at NYU.
Levi Embry (2012) is enrolled in Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Monica Walstein (2012), class valedictorian, is attending medical school at Creighton University School of Medicine.
Duy Nguyen (2012), finalist in the AMU President's award is attending medical school at St. George's University School of Medicine in England.
Erica Derks (2012) is enrolled in a Doctor of Physical Therapy program in Maine.
Andrea Suazo (2012) is attending medical school at UNIBE Costa Rica school of medicine.
(2011) is pursuing his Ph.D at the Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine.
Caroline Pierotti (2010) is studying nursing at The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
William Guarno (2010) teaches high school science in Estero, Florida.
Andrew Mullally (2009) is
attending the Michigan State College of Human Medicine MD program.
Anthony Jay(2008), is pursuing a Ph.D. in Biochemistry ay Boston University.
Mary Selkey (2008) works at Allergan in Waco Texas.
Joreen Belocura (2008) attended AMU School of Law.
Rebecca Moses (2007) attended West Virginia School of Medicine.
Su Li Lee (2006), received her doctorate in clinical psychology and is currently a faculty member at IPS in Washington D.C.
Michelle Winter (2006) received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina.
Kaitlyn Tutwiler (2006) received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.
Jacob Blanchard (2006) is finishing his Ph.D. in biochemistry from Western Michigan University.
Faculty dedicated to the total education of the student
The best way to learn science is to do science.
Biology major at Ave Maria University affords the student
with a rigorous introduction to the biological sciences.
The department features a faculty that is broadly trained in
different sub-disciplines in biology. This breadth
allows the student to design a distributed biology
curriculum, or to include an emphasis in environmental
science, biochemistry, or molecular biology.
A. Peliska, Ph.D.
William Guarno, Lab Coordinator