About The Authors

Natalie Eidson

My name is Natalie Eidson. I was born in Tennessee but was raised in Littleton, Colorado. For twelve years of my life I was a gymnast until I quit my sophomore year of high school. My first year of college I attended the University of Washington in Seattle and then transferred to the University of Colorado in Boulder my second year. I now am a junior at CU majoring in Integrative Physiology with the hope of graduating medical school and specializing in a field of pediatrics.

Ian Zatlin

My name is Ian Zatlin.  I’m a Senior by year, Junior by credits at the University of Colorado – Boulder. I’m currently studying neuroscience and hope to graduate eventually, at some point in the distant future. Maybe. Hopefully.  I enjoy playing soccer, guitar, hiking, and doing whatever seems fun or entertaining at the time.  I’m originally from St. Louis, but I prefer the mountains over skyscrapers and as such have moved to Boulder, Colorado for school.

Chase Stanker

My name is Chase Stanker, and I am a junior at the University of Colorado Boulder. I am studying Integrative Physiology with hopes of going to Physical Therapy school post graduation. My love of science sprouted at a young age and has driven my education decisions to this point in my life. I was born and raised in Lakewood, Colorado with my parents and younger brother. I enjoy spending most of my free time outdoors, whether it be hiking around the flatirons, biking Boulder Creek or going to concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Bryan Doyle

My name is Bryan Doyle and I’m a senior undergraduate in Civil Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I was born and raised in Littleton, Colorado, a large suburb of Denver. Although I am studying Civil Engineering, I also has a strong passion for astronomy and star-gazing. I also enjoy hiking, running, biking, and having an active lifestyle in general. As soon as I finish school, I’d like to land a position in the construction management field.

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