Four GCC alumni returned to the campus to share their experience as GCC students, their continued education, and the STEM field in which they currently work. The event, held in the Nahman-Watson Library, was coordinated by GCC STEM Special Programs Coordinator, Alysha Putnam. M.S., who works to support and develop STEM initiatives at GCC by developing marketing and outreach materials, collaborating actively with STEM colleagues and working directly with students in advising, academic coaching and cohort building.
- Cecily Santiago — GCC ’14, Current PhD candidate – University of Minnesota College of Science & Engineering School of Mathematics
- Erik Risinger — GCC ’13, Software engineer/Research Fellow – UMASS Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences
- Elizabeth (Libby) Daniele — Early Entrant Student ’11, Lab Technician – UMASS Amherst School of Veterinary & Animal Sciences
- Jenn Albertine — GCC ’00, Plant Ecophysiologist, Professor – Mount Holyoke College.