Our Graduates in Marine Biology

Graduates in Marine Biology from New College are re-shaping the field and are at work in diverse areas around the country and indeed throughout the world. Here is a quick look at the career of one of our graduates:

Dr. Erin Lipp, ’94, Associate Professor, University of Georgia Department of Environmental Health Science

“I have always conducted collaborative research. To address real-world problems, it is nearly impossible to do so without a broad expertise.” Dr. Erin Lipp brings her expertise in Marine Biology to UGA’s College of Public Health in the Department of Environmental Health Science. She collaborates with researchers across disciplines in order to tackle pressing environmental and public health issues. Lipp pursued her Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland, her Ph.D. in Marine Science with an emphasis in Biological Oceanography at University of South Florida and her B.A. in Biology with an emphasis in Marine Biology at New College.

New College is proud of our many Biology graduates who have focused their studies on the marine environment. Here's a sampling of some of our graduates:

Steve Barbeaux - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries

Greg Stemm - Founder/CEO, Odyssey Marine Explorations

Craig Brown, Ph.D. - Fisheries Biologist, National Marine Fishery Service

Kelly Samek, J.D. - Senior Assistant General Counsel, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

• Mariah Arnold - Fulbright Scholar, attending PhD program at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment

• Aaron Kandur - PhD program at University of Chicago in Ecology and Evolution

• Renee Price - University of South Florida, graduated with MS in Environmental Science and Policy

• Katherine Hubbard, Ph.D. - University of Washington, currently at Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Sample of Graduate Schools Attended by NCF Students in Marine Biology

• University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fisheries Science
• University of Chicago
• Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) 
• University of Texas at Houston Medical School 
• University of California at Irvine
• Rosensteil School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
• University of Florida

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Since 2006 U.S. News & World Report has ranked New College among the top 6 of all public liberal arts colleges.

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