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Christine Wilkinson (pictured) works and volunteers at Cal Academy of Sciences since graduating from Cornell and participating in a number of programs at Shoals. Read all about Christine's whale of a story!
Rebecca Rundell (class of 1994) joins faculty of SUNY-ESF. Rebecca recalls: "...by
about second grade or so I decided I wanted to be a marine biologist
(even though I generally only saw the ocean a few days per year!). With
this in mind I finally made it to Cornell University where I had the
chance to take a summer field course in Field Marine Science at Shoals
Marine Lab. It was there that my interest in invertebrates was sparked."
Keren Bitan (class of 2011) is working as a communications intern for the Conservation Law Foundation--follow the blog!
Kristen Covino (class of 2004) spends part of her study season on Appledore as a member of the University of Southern Mississippi Migratory Bird Research Group.
Amber Bratcher (class of 2004) is a grad student at the University of Maine School of Marine Sciences studying rapid on-site detection and ecological monitoring of harmful algal blooms.
Miriam Goldstein (class of 2002) is a grad student in biological oceanography at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Miriam, visited Shoals as part of a UNH Math & Marine Science program: "Shoals was pretty much the best thing that happened to me in high school!"
Melissa Duhaime (class of 2002): "Very seldom can you pinpoint pivotal moments in your life, but my great summer at Shoals was, without a doubt, one of them."
Justin Stilwell (class of 2009, 2010) is studying at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine; Justin is part of our ongoing gull ecology research project on Appledore Island.
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