Amy's time at UO was fantastic and she felt very well prepared after graduation. Amy took a year off between undergrad and graduate school to be the Paleontology/GIS Intern at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska for 6 months, which was an opportunity offered through GeoCorps. Amy then applied for the NSF GRFP during her gap year and was fortunate to become a Fellow for her graduate school experience at UT Austin. Amy's Master's thesis was described and named three new genera and three new species of omomyids, an Eocene primate, as well as completing phylogenetic analyses for the family. Amy also completed a paleontology internship at Big Bend National Park during the summer of 2016. After completing her Master's in 2017, she landed her current job at the Museum of the Rockies. Memorable moments from UO include any and every class with Marli Miller. Amy also benefitted from her involvement with the Geology Club, and Dave Blackwell, who really made geology come alive. Field Camp at UO was truly a life-changing experience. Amy felt like a true geologist after completing it and made friends and connections that will last a lifetime.