Chemistry major and mathematics minor, Delrow earned a Ph.D. in physical/ biophysical chemistry from University of Washington. He was a staff scientist and manager at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, at the forefront of DNA microarray of technology with a primary focus at the center to develop a core microarray facility. He is curently involved with microarray-based research focusing on brain and esophageal cancers along with Huntington's disease.
Finance major, Green earned a master's degree in business from DePaul University and worked for Chicago Stock Exchange for 12 years ending as senior director of floor marketing. He is currently the vice president of marketing for Sydan & Company trading firm and hopes to have his own company some day.
Biology major and chemistry minor, Gaymon earned her doctorate in cellular biology from Medical College of Wisconsin. She is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Harvard Medical School in the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. She is working on inherited retinal degeneration and trying to find the genetic defects from this. She was recently named an instructor of opthalmology and has received numerous prestigious grants and awards.
Radio/Television/Film major and history minor, Krueger began his career as an intern at WLUK TV-11 in Green Bay with another UW Oshkosh alum, Bill Kiefer. He was later hired as Associate Producer for two years before being promoted to Assignment Editor. He is currently at WTMJ-TV as Assignment Editor in Milwaukee.
Special education major, Mueller taught special education for three years before she quit to train full-time. The former collegiate track star is making a name for herself in women's pole vaulting setting two American records. Today she practices vaulting twice a week and jumps on the weekend. Her goal is to get to the Olympics and come home with a medal.
Music major, Pagel earned a master's degree in music from University of Wisconsin Madison. He is currently the choir director at Thurman White Middle School in Henderson, Nevada. His professional honors include the 1997 Nevada "Teacher of the Year" and the 1997 "Principal's Award" for outstanding service and dedication.