Designation:

Committee Member

Solomon Klombers

My name is Solomon Klombers and I’m a member of the SGB Judicial Committee. I’m from Lancaster, PA and I’ll be a senior this year at Pitt. I have a passion for understanding how ecosystems work, and love hiking, camping, fishing…really any outdoor activity you can think of. I’m also a photographer, equine enthusiast, dog lover, and certified WWII nerd. On campus, I work in the Thibodeau Lab for Molecular Genetics, I’m a teaching assistant in the Bio department, and a member of the Pitt Golf Team. I’m also involved with various student organizations such as the Coalition of Pre-Health Students and American Medical Student Association. Following college, I plan on attending medical school to fulfill my dream of becoming a physician! Let me know if you have any questions at smk144@pitt.edu.

 

Year: Senior

Email: smk144@pitt.edu

School: Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences

Major: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, History

Fun Fact: I built a log cabin from scratch

On Campus I can be found: On the 35th floor of Cathy

Favorite Class taken at Pitt: Conservation Biology at PLE with Dr. Steve Latta

Favorite TV show(s): Godless, Longmire, Star Trek: TNG & DS9, Avatar: The Last Airbender

Favorite Movie(s): Dances with Wolves, Saving Private Ryan, Interstellar

Favorite Book(s): People of the Deer by Farley Mowat, Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky

Favorite Quote:

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
-Carl Sagan