Brady Holbach ?20 in the Carthage Institute of Paleontology laboratory, proudly holding a spectac...

    Brady Holbach

    Class Year: ’20

    Majors: Biology (Paleontology Track) and Geoscience

    Current Hometown: Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin


    Fossil Preparator at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum

    “I enjoy simply working in the lab and seeing a dirty, barely recognizable fossil be turned into a clean, pristine piece of bone that researchers can better learn and study from.”

    Amelia R. Zietlow ?20

    Amelia R. Zietlow

    Class Year: ’20

    Majors: Biology (Paleontology Track)

    Current Hometown: New York City, New York


    Comparative Biology PhD Candidate at the Richard Gilder Graduate School, American Museum of Natural History

    “I enjoy getting to play with super cool fossils of real-life sea serpents and discover new things about them.”

    Steve Hobe

    Steve Hobe

    Class Year: ’15

    Majors: Biology (Paleontology Track) and Musical Theatre

    Current Hometown: Chicago, Illinois


    Senior Coordinator of Education at Adler Planetarium and Supplemental Chorister at Lyric Opera of Chicago

    “When I learned that I could dig, prepare, and study fossil bones in a lab; hone my performance craft; and play hockey all close to home, attending Carthage was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.”