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  1. David Saanderson, Attorney, New Hampshire
  2. Gail Sabbadini, Biologist, San Diego State University (ret.)
  3. Nancy Sableski, Manager of Children's Education, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
  4. Nidhi Sachdeva, MPH Student, Dept. of Health Behavior and Health Education, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  5. Jeff Sack, Biology Teacher, Valley Regional High School, CT
  6. Jerome Sackman, Prof. Emeritus of Engineering Science, Dept. Of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
  7. Prof. Bernard Sadouelt, Dept of Physics, UC Berkeley
  8. Dr. John Sadowsky, Research mathematician, adjunct faculty, Johns Hopkins University
  9. Diane Saffitz, Pharmacist (retired)
  10. Dr. Mark Saffitz, Physician
  11. Carl Safina, Adjunct Professor, Stony Brook University
  12. Gregory Sahlen, History Faculty Front Range Community College
  13. Milton H. Saier, Jr, Professor of Biology, UCSD
  14. Nancy Sajben, Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, CA
  15. Lee Salisbury, founder/director, Critical Thinking Clubs of Minnesota
  16. Edwin E. Salpeter, Prof. (Emer), Phys. Sciences, Cornell Univ, member National Academy of Sciences, Royal Society(UK)
  17. Dr. Freddie R Salsbury, PhD. Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University
  18. Prof. Steven Salzberg, Horvitz Professor of Computer Sci & Dir, Ctr for Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, U Maryland
  19. Lorna Salzman, Environmental educator
  20. Dr. Rita Sambruna, Astrophysicist, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
  21. Daniel Sampson, DDS, MD, Oral and maxillofacial surgeon
  22. Massimo Sandal, Ph.D. , Biophysics Researcher, University of Bologna
  23. Roger Sandberg, instructor, Ortonville Public School, Ortonville, Minnesota
  24. John Sandlin, Network Analyst, Concerned Citizen
  25. Dr. Mario Sandri, Italian Amateur Radio Astronomy Group
  26. Paula Sandusky, USF
  27. Maria Jos� Santana, Teacher (retired), Almada Portugal
  28. Raul Santelices, Georgia Tech PhD Student
  29. Ibon Santiago, Physics Graduate Student. University of Texas at Austin
  30. Ricardo Santiago, Delegate, Free People's Movement
  31. John Santos, Amateur astronomer
  32. José Sarukhán, Professor Emeritus, Institute of Ecology, UNAM, foreign member of the NAS and FMRS
  33. Ira Sasowsky, Professor, Dept. of Geology & Environmental Science, University of Akron
  34. Peter Saunders, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, University of London
  35. Dr. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, CNRS Research Director, Member of the French Academy of Sciences (Chemistry)
  36. Kathy Savage, High School AP Chemistry Instructor
  37. Kathy Savage, Chemistry Teacher
  38. Dr. Vladimir Savinov, Department of Physics, University of Pittsburgh
  39. Steve Savitch, general contractor, AZ
  40. Dr. Margaret Savitzky, Thomas Edison Voc/Tech High School, New York
  41. Jeffrey Scales, Graduate Student, Zoology Dept, Univ of Hawai`i
  42. Randall J. Scalise, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Physics Department, Southern Methodist University
  43. Carol Schachinger, Managing Editor, The Biological Bulletin
  44. Bryan Schaefer, ROV Pilot, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  45. Cyndy Schaefer, Biologist - Environmental Consulting
  46. Stephen Schaeffer, Assoc. Prof. Biology, Penn State University
  47. Stephen W. Schaeffer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Penn State Univ.
  48. Prof. Gottfried Schatz, Past President,, Swiss Science & Technology Council
  49. Barry Scheckner, student
  50. Karin Schein, Manager, low-income housing
  51. Leah Schein, Masters student in Primate Conservation, Oxford Brookes University
  52. Daniel Scheinhaus, retired teacher, musician
  53. Randy Schekman, Prof of Molecular & Cell Biology, director campus stem cell center, UC Berkeley, member NAS
  54. Allen Scher, Professor Emeritus, Physiology, University of Washington
  55. Harold Scheraga, Todd Prof. of Chemistry Emeritus,Cornell University; Member, National Academy of Sciences
  56. Melissa Schiffman, physician (primary care)
  57. Robert Schiffmann, researcher
  58. G. Schiller, Grad Student ,science education, CCNY-CUNY
  59. Rutger Schimmel, history student, Utrecht University, Gouda, Holland
  60. Ingo Schlupp, Assistant Professor, Dept of Zoology, University of Oklahoma
  61. Greg Schmaltz
  62. Thore Schmechtig, A freedom-loving sympathizer from Germany
  63. Alan Schmeelk, Robotics technician/Level 210, Michelin Tire Corp/US-1/NETECH
  64. Dr. Justin Schmidt, Biologist and Natural Historian, Southwestern Biological Institute
  65. Norm Schmidt, Assoc. Dir., CMSETT at John Carroll University
  66. Dr. Robert Schmieder, Research Professor, University of Utah
  67. Christopher J. Schneider, Associate Professor of Biology, Boston University
  68. Dr. Craig Schneider, Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford
  69. Dr. Glenn Schneider, Associate Astronomer, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
  70. Prof. Stephen Schneider, Climatologist, Stanford University, member NAS
  71. Stephan J. Schoech, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Memphis
  72. Sandra Scholes, RN
  73. Dr. Jonathan Scholey, Professor of Cell Biology and Biochemistry, UC Davis
  74. Betsy Schonitzer, teacher, Chicago
  75. Mark Schorr, Executive Director, Robert Frost Foundation
  76. Kenneth Schreiber, Biologist, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources
  77. Jo Schreiweis, Research Assistant, Department of Pharmacology and Physiological Science, Saint Louis University
  78. Greg Schroeder, Bryozoan taxonomist: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  79. Sharon Schroers, nurse, MS in Counseling Psychology, SCSU
  80. Tom Schuessler, Scientific/Spiritual Researcher, Infinity Pie
  81. Zachary Schuller, student/researcher, Roger Williams University/ Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  82. Anja Schulze, Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston
  83. Arthur Schwartz, Retired scientist, Barrow Neurological Institute
  84. Roberta Schwartz, Teacher, Dwight Englewood School, NJ
  85. Robert P. Schwarz, PE, Environmental Engineer, Oregon Dept. of Environmental Quality
  86. Peter J. Schweinsberg, Laboratory Researcher IV, Rutgers University, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
  87. Jill Schwimmer, Finance Manager, University of Minnesota, Concerned citizen
  88. Justin Scioli, UCSD
  89. Katie Scott, Assistant Professor/University of South Florida
  90. Prof. Matthew Scott, Geneticist/Cancer researcher/Developmental biologist, Stanford, member National Academy of Sciences
  91. Robert Scott, a chemical engineer who worked for duPont, Olin and Shell Chemical
  92. Sue Scott, Biology Teacher, St. Paul Academy and Summit School
  93. Prof. William Scott, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Center for the Molecular Biology of RNA, UCSC
  94. Alison Scott ButlerQ.C., Director of Canadian Assn of Physicians for the environment (CAPE)
  95. David Seaborg, evolutionary biologist, World Rainforest Fund
  96. Nancy Seats, President, Homeowners Against Deficient Dwellings
  97. Kenneth P. Sebens, Director, Friday Harbor Marine Laboratories, University of Washington
  98. Jeremy Secaur, Science Teacher, Ohio
  99. Dr. David Secord, Director, Program on the Environment, University of Washington
  100. Ronald Sederoff, Professor of Forestry, NC State University, member of National Academy of Sciences
  101. Nano Seeber, earth scientist at Columbia University, New York
  102. Eniko Seen, software analyst, EECS, Berkeley
  103. Michael Segers, High School Physics Teacher, Puyallup WA
  104. Richard Segers, A Citizen for Reason, Atheists for Human Rights
  105. Ryan Seidemann, independant researcher
  106. Rae S. Seitz, M.D., Honolulu, HI
  107. J Selby, researcher, University of Oxford
  108. Dr. Daniel Selivonchick, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Food Science & Technology, Oregon State
  109. Prof. Kristen Sellgren, Astronomy Dept., Ohio State University
  110. Rebecca Selpien, Student University of Missouri - Rolla
  111. Will Seng, Lecturer, Technical Communication Program, UC Berkeley
  112. Prof. A. M. Celal Sengor, Istanbul Technical University, member National Academy of Sciences
  113. Robert Sennett, Emeritus prof., Civil Engineering, Cal Poly
  114. Ryan Serio, retail supervising pharmacist for the Duane Reade drug chain
  115. Dr. Said Serrano, FMVZ UNAM (Mexico)
  116. Andrew Sessler, Former President of the APS, member of the National Academy of Sciences
  117. Louis B. Shackleton III, Amateur Astronomer
  118. Sweta Shah, science student, Physics Dept. Ithaca College
  119. Karl Shah-Jenner, Photographic Technician (Science)
  120. K. Alexander Shangraw, MSPH, Sr. Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins University
  121. Rodney Sheffer, Retired High School Biology Teacher, Bloomington Minnesota Public High Schools
  122. Mack Shelley, Professor, Iowa State University
  123. Todd E. Shelly, Entomologist, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Honolulu, HI
  124. Gregory Shenk, Biology teacher at the Greater Hartford Academy of Math and Science
  125. Benjamin Shepard, Graduate Student, Department of Biology, University of Louisiana
  126. Anna Sher, Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Denver
  127. Dr. Fred Sherberger, Entomologist (ret), Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta GA, Concerned citizen educated in the sciences
  128. Dr. Fred Sherman, University of Rochester Medical Center, member NAS
  129. Dawn Sherry, Assistant Professor of Biology Macon State College
  130. Ahmad Shirzad, Civil Engineer living in Netherlands
  131. Elie A. Shneour, Professor & Research Director
  132. Joel D. Shore, research scientist, Rochester, NY
  133. Shawn Shotzberger, Senior Environmental Scientist AKR F
  134. Lauren Showalter, Graduate Student, Biology, University of Alabama
  135. Kristin Shrader-Frechette, O'Neill Family Professor, University of Notre Dame
  136. C.K. Shum, Professor, School of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University
  137. Sergey Shuvalov, Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, St.Petersburg, Russia
  138. Vinay Siddappa, MD, Physician, Medical Educator
  139. Farida P. Sidiq, Graduate Student in Molecular Biology, BGSU
  140. Brian Sidlauskas, Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, Duke University
  141. Anthony Siegman, Prof. of Engineering (emer), Stanford, member Nat'l Academy of Engineering, Nat'l Academy of Science
  142. Kerry Sieh, Professor of Geology, Caltech, member of NAS
  143. Dr. Michael Silberstein, Assoc Prof of Philosophy of Science at Elizabethtown College & Univ. of Maryland
  144. Gabriel Silk, Undergraduate, University of British Columbia
  145. Mary Silver, Professor of Ocean Sciences, UCSC
  146. Jeffrey Silverman, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley Astronomy Department
  147. Jeffrey Silverman, Senior Software Developer, The Johns Hopkins University
  148. Alex Simmons, Data Analyst, Department of Psychiatry, Children's Medical Center Dallas
  149. Donna M. Simmons, Neuroscientist, Visiting Scholar, University of Southern California
  150. Gregory Simonian, High School Student-Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies
  151. Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension
  152. Frank Simpson, Dept. Chair, Miles High School Science Dept.
  153. Laura Simpson, Electrical Engineer, BEI
  154. Patt Sims, Director of Science Department, Presidio High School, Texas
  155. Prof. Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University
  156. Maja Barbara Sinn, graduate student at university of Bochum, Germany
  157. Dorothy Skates
  158. Naomi Sklar, M.D., family practice and sports medicine physician
  159. Ardea Skybreak, author of Science of Evolution
  160. Rhoda Slauger, ESL teacher
  161. Charles Sleicher, Prof. & Chair Emeritus, Dept. of Chemical Engr., University of Washington
  162. David Slipy, Former City Council and School Board member, Minnesota
  163. Jessica Sloan, medical student, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  164. Erick Slomkowski, Meteorologist, United States Air Force
  165. Martijn Slot, researcher, Wageningen University, Netherlands
  166. Barbara Slott, Former wildife biologist/ Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  167. Steven Smiley, Cadet, USMA
  168. Dr. Brad K Smith, Chairperson, Math/Science Division, Skagit Valley College
  169. Cha Smith, E.D., KAHEA, an NGO working to protect Hawai'i's environment and Native Hawaiian cultural rights
  170. Cheryl Smith, A truly open mind - one with a deep and abiding respect for all things Scientific and Technological
  171. Dr. David Smith, Director of Professional Development, Da Vinci Science Center
  172. Don Smith, Member, Sr Technical Staff, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Retired
  173. Felix E Smith
  174. Ivan Smith, Lifelong Science Advocate, Home/Backyard Practioner
  175. Johnny Smith, College Graduate, Kentucky
  176. Jonathan Smith, Regional Director, Florida Citizens For science
  177. Joshua Smith, Undergraduate Philosophy and Art Studio Student at the University of Maryland
  178. Julian Smith, Professor, Dept of Biology, Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina
  179. Kelly Smith, Master's Student: BGSU Department of Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology
  180. Kevin Smith, student/researcher, University of Rhode Island/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  181. Prof. Michael Smith, astronomy & geology instructor, Front Range Community College
  182. Dr. Michael E. Smith, Professor of Archaeology, Arizona State University
  183. Tim Smith, Scientist at Semafore Pharmaceuticals
  184. Tony Smith, Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Iowa State University
  185. Virginia Smith, retired nurse
  186. William Gary Smith, Professional Engineer, URS Corporation
  187. Douglas K. Smithman, P.E.; President - EMP Engineering Services, Inc.
  188. Dr. William Snavely, research associate at CEBC, University of Kansas
  189. Dr. Jessica Sneeden, Ph.D postdoctoral fellow, Section of Microbiology, UC Davis
  190. Shawna Snodgrass, Clinical Research Specialist/Endologix
  191. Logan Snow, Undergraduate Student, Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  192. Dr. Robert C. Snyder, Professional writer
  193. Tammy Sobotka-Booth, as a concerned citizen of this planet, Science & Math Tutor - Metropolitan Community College
  194. Tammy Sobotka-Booth, graduate student and science educator
  195. Jorge O. Sofo, Associate Prof. of Physics, Penn State
  196. Richard Carl Sohaney, Citizen, Mechanical Engineer
  197. Prof. Baruch Soifer, Professor of Physics, Caltech
  198. Phillip Sokolove, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, UMBC
  199. Dr. Lawrence Solomon, Pediatric Dermatologist
  200. Steven Solomon, Senior Business Analyst, Kentucky
  201. George Somero, Stanford, Marine scientist studying effects of temperature change on marine organisms, member of NAS
  202. Jean Sommer, Professor of Chemistry, University of Strasbourg , France
  203. Dr. Jason L Sonnenberg, Research Associate in the Chemistry Department of Wayne State University
  204. Eugene Sorensen, Prof. Philosophy, Literature, Adv. Comp: Rochester (MN) CC & U. Of St. Francis, Joiliet, IL
  205. Angel Soria, Hoover High School, San Diego CA
  206. Donald Soucek, Retired Chemistry Professor from Truman College in Chicago
  207. Paul Soulier, Writer
  208. Ann Sowd, Hoover High School Science Teacher, North Canton OH
  209. Prof. Glenn A. Sowell, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Nebraska at Omaha
  210. Kimberly Spancake, Ph.D./Scientist II at a CRO
  211. Ray Spangenburg, Science Writer
  212. Sydney Spangler, doctoral candidate, CNM, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  213. James L. Sparks Jr., MSc Field Biologist
  214. Dr. Nancy A. Speck, Professor of Biochemistry, James J. Carroll Chair of Oncology, Dartmouth Medical School
  215. Christy Spector, Senior Environmental Scientist, Consultant-water resources, water rights, water quality
  216. Dr. Wayne Spencer, Conservation Biology Institute
  217. Dante Spetter, Psychologist & Research Advisor in Behavioral Science
  218. Haia Spiegel, Earth Space and Environmental Science teacher
  219. Randall Spires, Senior Program Executive,Truth Out
  220. William Spizzirri, amateur astronomer
  221. Raj Srinivasan, a public intellectual, Independent Commission on Health and develpment, New Delhi
  222. Dr. Shaker B. Srinivasan, University of Minnesota (Retd.)
  223. Srinivasan G Srivilliputhur, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas
  224. Louis St-Onge, Ph.D. Researcher, National Research Council of Canada
  225. Blake Stacey, MIT graduate, writer
  226. Joy Stacey, Canadian PhD student, Ocean Sciences Centre, Memorial University, Canada
  227. Susan Stacey, Biochemistry Undergraduate Student/ Memorial University of Newfoundland
  228. Prof. Stephen Stack, Biology Department, Colorado State University
  229. Dr. James L Stahl, Associate Scientist , Univ of WI -Madison
  230. Neil Stahl, Professor of Mathematics, Retired, Univ. of Wi. Fox Valley
  231. Prof. Henning Stahlberg, UC Davis
  232. Knut Stahle, student, Elfrida Andreégymnasiet, Swedish Humanist association
  233. John Stahura, Senior Associate Professor, Biology, Manor College
  234. Hugh Stamper, Ph.D., Former Director, Division of Extramural Activities, NIMH, NIH, DHHS
  235. Benjamin Stangle, Student, Mathematics, California Institute of Tehcnology
  236. Christina Stanley, Stockton Education/Science Major
  237. Christopher Stanley, Environmental Inspector
  238. Prof. Richard Stanley, Professor of Applied Mathematics, M.I.T., member of NAS
  239. Joseph Stans, 747-400 Captain (ret), Minnesota
  240. Brian V. Staples, President, San Diego Astronomy Association
  241. Scott Starratt, instructor, Berkeley City College
  242. Michael Stastny, Doctoral student, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
  243. C. Tristan Stayton, Professor, Dept of Biology, Bucknell University
  244. Dr. David Framw Steele, Principal Consultant, Dounreay Consulting, Nuvia Ltd, UK
  245. Gus Steeves, Reporter, Blackstone Valley Tribune, MA
  246. John Stein, Defender of Science
  247. Roy Stein, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Duke University School of Medicine
  248. Alan Steinbach, Clinical Professor, Joint Medical Program, UCB School of Public Health
  249. Wolf Steinberger, Vorstand Bund fuer Geistesfreiheit K.d.oe.R., Munich (org to protect rights of non religious people)
  250. John Steiner, Instructor, College of Alameda
  251. Prof. Michael Otto Steinitz, Editor, Canadian Journal of Physics
  252. Victor Stenger, Emer Prof of Physics and Astronomy, Univ of Hawaii, Adjunct Prof of Philosophy, Univ of Colorado
  253. Dr. Iain Stenhouse, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Alaska
  254. Sarah Stephen, high school student, Texas
  255. Dr. Emma Stephens, Assistant Professor of Economics, Pitzer College
  256. Dr. Robert Stephens, Pres. Darwin Day Celebration at www.darwinday.org
  257. Blake Stevison, Oklahoma State University
  258. Dan Stewart, Attorney, Minnesota
  259. Jamila Stewart, Student at Los Medanos College
  260. John Stewart-Savage, Professor of Reproductive Biology, Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Orleans
  261. Johannes Stigler, MSc Student, UCD Dublin
  262. Jonathon Stillman, Assistant Professor, Ecological Physiology, San Francisco State University
  263. Lacey Stinson, artist, painter
  264. Hamille St�phane, Data processing engineer
  265. Prof. Philip Stoddard, Dept Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  266. Benjamin Stokes, law student, George Washington University Law School
  267. Jeremy Stoller, Senior Graphic Artist, California Science Center and President, Guild of Natural Science Illustrator
  268. Fred Stone, Univ of Hawai`i faculty, retired
  269. Kendall Stone, environmental science student at Virginia Tech.
  270. Gilbert Stork, Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, Columbia University
  271. Kate Storm, Director of Experience Development, COSI Columbus
  272. Dr. Roland H. Stote, CNRS, Strasbourge, France
  273. Ann M Stowe, Fellow, Dept. of Neurological Surgery, Washington University
  274. Mark Straka, student (Sac City, Iowa), Cultural Studies, SUNY/Empire State College
  275. Christy Strand, Cal Poly
  276. Prof. Richard Strathmann, University of Washington, Dept. of Biology
  277. Prof. Herbert L. Strauss, Dept of Chemistry, Univ. California, Berkeley
  278. Michael Strauss, Astrophysics Professor, Princeton University
  279. Walter Strauss, Professor of Mathematics, Brown University
  280. Dr. Kenneth Street, Principal Scientist, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Australia
  281. Dr. Robert E. Streitmatter, Astrophysicist, retired, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  282. Prof. Steve Stricker, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of New Mexico
  283. Rachel Strickler, graduate student, San Francisco State University
  284. Scott Stromberg, Undergrad geology student at UC Berkeley
  285. Prof. Susan Strome, MCD Biology, UCSC
  286. Dr. Carey Stronach, President, Virginia Association of Scholars, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, Virginia State University
  287. John O. Strong, MD Researcher
  288. Lawrence Michael Stroup, Undergraduate Student, Purdue University
  289. Walter Stroup, Chair, Science and Mathematics Education Graduate Studies Committee, The Univ of Texas at Austin
  290. Linda Strubbe, PhD student, UC Berkeley
  291. Chris Struble, Software QA Engineer
  292. Elaine Jean Struthers, Ph.D., OTR/L, Island Occupational Therapy, Director/ Owner
  293. Robert Butler Stuebing, Research Associate
  294. Robyn Stutchbury, Consultant science communicator and writer
  295. Amy Stutz, Graduate Student, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
  296. Peter Suber, Research Professor of Philosophy at Earlham College and Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School
  297. Namiko Suga, librarian and researcher for a technology market research company
  298. David Sulock, student and researcher, NCSU Computational Physics
  299. Peter Suls, non-confessional moral education teacher, Ghent, Belgium
  300. Richard Sundby, Tour Director, concerned citizen for the advancement of science
  301. Marcia Sundquist, MS. Agrl. Economics, Michigan State University, Retired teacher, researcher
  302. Joseph Nicholas Supplee, A freshman at Rutgers University
  303. Martha H. Surridge, Program Officer, WWF-US; M.S. Sustainable Development & Conservation Biology, University of Maryland
  304. Harry Sutton, Computer consultant
  305. Daniel Suzuki, Speech Pathologist
  306. Shanna Swan, Professor, University of Rochester
  307. Jennifer Swann, Associate Professor, Lehigh University
  308. Prof. Eric Scott Swanson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh
  309. Karen Sweazea, Arizona State University
  310. Mark Duane Sweeney, Research Engineer
  311. Susan Swensen, Associate Professor of Biology, Ithaca College
  312. Ginger Switzer, MSN, ARNP, COHN-S, private practice, Bellevue, WA
  313. Josh Swore
  314. Francis Sworsky, Retired Biology Teacher, St. Francis High School, Minnesota
  315. Leslie Sworsky, Business Education Teacher, St. Francis High School, Minnesota
  316. Aaron O. Synsteby, Chemist in Willowbrook, IL.
  317. Walter S. Szymanski Jr, retired union rep
  318. John Christopher Szymkowski, Engineer for Integral 3D
  319. Ilona Sørensen, Researcher Technical University of Denmark

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