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Head Of The Class

July 21, 2009
Times Observer

Emily Hope Thomas of Warren graduated from The Pennsylvania State University on May 16 with a bachelor of science degree in wildlife and fisheries science. She graduated at the top of her class with highest distinction; earning a cumulative grade average of 4.0 over 4 years. While at Penn State, she was employed as a tutor, president of the eco club, a member of the wildlife society, and also earned many awards and scholarships. She has been accepted into the master of science program in wildlife and fisheries science at Penn State and has been awarded a graduate assistantship for the 2009-10 school year. She has been employed by the US Forest Service - Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Irvine since May 2005 and is working on research for her master's thesis on the effects of oil, gas, and mineral activity on forest songbirds in the Allegheny National Forest. Thomas is a 2005 graduate of Warren Area High School and is the daughter of Randy and Linda Thomas of Warren.



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