Ricky is currently an international relations major at BYU, living in Provo. He conducted ethnographic research in Thailand on business development and ethics and was a facilitator for the BYU anthropology field school to Vietnam last summer, conducting research on integration of minorities into the state. Ricky teaches the culture and language class for returned missionaries who spoke Hmong (Flang 330) at BYU and is enjoying life immensely. He is president of the international relations honor society, Sigma Iota Rho (SIR), and is interested in linking them with the LDS International Society.
Seth currently lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is working on a PhD in food science. His international experience includes academic research on the fruit algarroba in Peru and an LDS mission in Argentina. He will travel to Belize in March 2016 to promote a project relating to citrus fruits in developing countries. Life is good, as his wife is expecting their first child (he will be a boy; his name will be William Seth Ellsworth).