Science - and more
Scientists refute stereotypes
Dylan Burdette, a 2005 Bluffton graduate in pre-medicine and biology, was named among
Future-ish magazine's 20 most stylish male scientists of 2012, based upon his convergent
interests in science, motorcycles and music. But Burdette is not the only Bluffton
alumnus trained and working in the sciences, who, playing against popular stereotypes,
has cultivated other interesting pursuits as well. The graduates whose stories follow
are also among the alumni doing just that.