Mike Barker: This summer I will be working as an intern at Goddard in the Laboratory for Astronomy and Solar Physics. In the fall I will be attending graduate school in astronomy at University of Florida, where I plan to get my Ph.D. in astronomy.
Aaron Bodoh-Creed: Aaron will be in Chicago for the summer and will move to San Jose to look for a job in technology consulting.

David Bowler: Starting in June, I'll be working for IBM as a Software Engineer. I'll likely be working on one of their large software projects under contract with the Federal government.

Amir Caspi: Amir will be studying at UC Berkeley as a physics graduate student.

Saul Cohen: Graduate study at Columbia University. Going for the Ph.D. Thinking about studying Lattice QCD as a particular subject, but I'm not really sure yet. Definitely some kind of theory.

Nathan Peter Cramer: I will be working for the Joint Warfare Analysis Department at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab.

Heather Dobbins: Over the summer, I am going to go work over in A.V. Williams in a lab doing computational neurobiology. Then, I plan to enter their graduate school for a PhD in the fall.

Melanie E. Freed: I'm going to grad school for a Ph.D. in astronomy at the University of Arizona.

Igor Fridman: I am currently working at the Institute for Software Research in West Virginia. I am involved in the "Breakthrough Propulsion Physics" project, which seeks a method of space propulsion by using classical electrodynamics of the Maxwell stresses and the Heaviside force. I also plan on applying to physics graduate school in the next few years.

Mary Claire Herda: I am going to work at the Naval Research Laboratory. I will be hired as an Electrical Engineer and will be working in the Radar Division. I will be testing and building radars and antenna.
Anil Kochhar: I've accepted an offer at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory I'll be working in the Air Defense Department. My work will be a mix of Physics and Elect. Engineering.
John Michael Obrecht: Working one year at NIST Gaithersburg in the Laser Cooling and Trapping Group with Bill Phillips and Steve Rolston. Then I plan to attend the University of Colorado to work at JILA with Carl Wieman and Eric Cornell.
Kristin J. Pilotte: Go to EMT school in Conway, NH for two weeks. Then I'll be starting graduate school at UMd in the Aerospace Engineering Department working on the Ranger TSX project.
Sam Reed: I am working for an engineering company in Baltimore: Key Technologies. It is a small company doing all sorts of engineering consulting but their specialty is in ultrasonic measurement devices. My EE degree is more relevant to the work I will be doing but it will definately make use of the physics too.

Andrea Sharp: Attending the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign as a grad student in physics.

Damon Spayde: Thesis: "Measurement of the Strange Magnetic Form Factor of the Proton Using Elastic Electron Scattering"
Advisor: Elizabeth J. Beise

I will be working as a postdoctoral research associate for the experimental nuclear physics group at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. My research will involve measuring strange quark observables of the nucleon with the G0 experiment at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News, VA and with the SAMPLE experiment at the MIT-Bates Linear Accelerator Facility in Middleton, MA. I would like to thank my advisor Betsy Beise, the faculty and students of the experimental nuclear physics group, and the rest of the physics community at UMCP for a challenging and rewarding five years.

Jesse Brayer Stone: Get a job for a year and then go to grad school the following year.
Chris Van Breen: I'm moving to Califorina to live with my dad and be with my family in general. I've lived out here for 14 years but Ca has alwase been my home. I'm going to live there for 5 to 6 years at least. I have no plans what so ever after that. During these years I will need to find some type of job, possibly grave digging.