Senior Chemistry major Justin Killough has a job already waiting for him even though he’s still in his last semester at Stevenson. He will begin working at Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories after graduation this May, and will be joining several other Stevenson alumni working at the Lancaster, PA site. He credits his Stevenson chemistry degree for preparing him for the workforce. Also key to his competitiveness, Justin completed an internship at BASF in Delaware last summer, working on organic pigment oxidation optimization methods. Justin is pictured above, examining a flask of 2-9 dichlorodiquinacridone, a red pigment first synthesized by BASF in the 1990s