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Evaluating Hydrangea Cultivars for Regional Growers
Ella Lukacz is a sustainable agriculture and food systems major and history minor from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. COLSA: Tell us about your research in as non-technical language as possible. Ella Lukacz: For the last two summers, Becky Sideman and I have been collecting data on 16 varieties of…
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Monitoring Furbearing Species in New Hampshire
Eleora McCay is a wildlife and conservation biology major from Bedford, New Hampshire.
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Understanding Impacts of Microplastic Pollution on Soil
Maggie Krein is an environmental sciences: ecosystems major and double minor in wildlife and conservation biology and sustainable energy. She is from Chester, New Hampshire.
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Discovering new ways to treat Merkel Cell Carcinoma
Bryce Hannon is a genetics major from Winchester, Massachusetts.
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Finding Her Fit in the Field of Animal Rehabilitation
Kaylee Galvin ’24 is a double major in zoology and neuroscience and behavior with a minor in marine biology who recently completed a summer internship as a wildlife care intern at the Center for Wildlife in York, Maine.
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A Major Opportunity
Meet Madi Wing, zoology major and double minor in animal science and animal behavior, from Pawcatuck, Connecticut.
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A perfect opportunity turns into perfect fit
Emily Kiss ’25 is a wildlife and conservation biology major from Madison, Conn. who spent her summer interning at the South Florida Wildlife Center thanks in part to a stipend she received from COLSA’s SOAR fund.
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In Alaska, Listening to Whales
Emma Iovene ’24 is a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major who spent the summer interning in Alaska for the Sound Science Research College, thanks in part to financial support she received from COLSA’s SOAR Fund.
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Love for marine animals leads to internship
Olivia Lucia ’26 is a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major who is spending the summer caring for marine animals and conducting research as part of her internship at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.
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A summer spent rehabilitating wildlife
Wildlife and conservation biology major Emily Chesterton ’25 talks about her rewarding internship at the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Massachusetts.
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Conducting research, influencing policy
Wildlife and conservation biology major Carly Hoag ’23 is interning at an estuarine research reserve in Alaska this summer.
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Teaching children about wildlife
Kaylee Finch ’25 is a wildlife and conservation biology major who is spending her summer teaching children about wildlife and inspiring them to care about animals and their environment.
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