60 Graduate Program alumni and friends gathered at Lost Creek Ranch on Sunday, September 12 to celebrate the excellent work being done in the Rocky Mountain region by this remarkable group. The evening would not have been possible without the generosity of the Halpin family and Lost Creek Ranch, and James and Virginia Dean. Many, many thanks to these outstanding sponsors of this event. Click here for a link to photos from the evening.Representatives from almost every one of the 17 classes shared information on the exciting work they are each doing in the fields of science, education, healthcare, conservation, and politics with a variety of nonprofit organizations, schools and universities, government agencies and private companies. Dr. Doug Wachob, Director of Graduate Studies, shared an update on the evolution of the program over the last 17 years. All Graduate students still engage in 600 hours of mentored teaching experience and now partner with six colleges and universities. Students receive 32 graduate credit hours offered through the University of Wyoming and Utah State University.Heather Marks, Director of Alumni Relations, shared information on upcoming communications and events planned to help keep alumni connected to Teton Science Schools and to each other. If you are interested in learning more, in serving as a class agent, or want to update your contact information, please contact Heather at: firstname.lastname@example.org.We hope that all alumni will become members of the Graduate Program Facebook Group: click here to sign up.Finally, Tracy Logan, Kelly Campus administrator, extended an invitation to all alumni to come visit the Kelly Campus any time. For additional information on complimentary lodging or planning your visit, feel free to email Tracy at email@example.com. We look forward to connecting and celebrating all of our alumni!