Calusa Horn Endangered Species Biologist U.S. Federal Agency Meet Calusa Horn – the 5th female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy with a minor in Biology NOAA Fisheries Southeast Regional Office, Protected Resources Division Calusa is an enrolled member of the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe […]
Meet Jasmin Graham – the 4th female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series. Bachelor of Science in Marine BiologyBachelor of Arts in SpanishMaster of Science in Biological Science Jasmin offers a unique perspective on being a minority in science. She supports women of color who are interested in shark science and works […]
Howdy! My name is Vanessa Zemke, and I interned this spring and summer with Azura Consulting, LLC. I am originally from Virginia and attended the University of Delaware to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Science. During this program, I fell in love with marine mammals and sea turtles and desired to protect […]
Mandy Migura Wildlife Biologist Consulting Meet Mandy Migura – the 3rd female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series! Master of Science in Biology; Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences From research biologist to federal regulator and now business owner, Mandy shares her experience of working with marine mammals and people. […]
These Girl Scout Juniors from Dallas, Texas are promoting alternatives to single-use plastics. In this video, the girls share five simple ways that you can use less plastic to help the Earth and its ocean creatures. Take their anti-plastics pledge in honor of Earth Day this month!