Professor Charles W. Walker is a member of the Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences Department at the University of New Hampshire, where he has been teaching and conducting research for thirty-seven years. His current research interests are the biology of animal cancer and sea urchin gametogenesis. Throughout his time at UNH, Professor Walker has mentored many students who are now academics, work in industry, are science educators, or have become physicians. He notes that he finds each student who passes through his lab “unique and interesting,” and he always learns from them. He found Rebecca to be a “highly motivated, driven, very pleasant, intelligent individual,” who even mentored other students in the lab. “Rebecca was a delight,” Professor Walker concluded.