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Discovering Zoology 


    After serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Kathryn Wilde began her studies pursuing a major in chemistry. However, one day she was asked to join her sister for a lesson in horseback riding. It wasn’t long before she developed a passion for horses and began volunteering for the family that owned them. She trained the horses and worked with student riders. Her duties also included trimming hooves and learning different riding techniques. She decided to take Intro to Zoology with zoology professor, Christopher Hoagstom. He made the course such an enjoyable experience that she switched her major to zoology. She now has graduated with her bachelors in zoology from the College of Science here at Weber State University.  ...

December 2022 graduate, Kathryn Wilde's Weber Science story.
January 9th, 2023

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