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What classes have you taken at COA?
Human Ecology Core Course
Feminism and Fundamentalism
Renaissance and Reformation
Introductory to Keyboard/ Piano
Introduction to Oceanography
Biology II: Form and Function
History of the American Conservation Movement
Introduction to Statistics and Research Design
Creating Dance: Tracing the Source
Climate System Dynamics
Marvelous Terrible Place: Human Ecology of Newfoundland
Non-Verbal Communication, Culture and the Body
What has been your favorite class at COA? Why?
It is really hard to chose one class but if I were to pick one it would be Oceanography with Sean Todd. It really harnessed my love for the ocean.
What was your favorite lecture at COA? Why?
A hands-on experience is really important to me so I love going out into the field and collecting my own data. It gives me the understanding and gratification of constructing my own research.
What is your dream occupation?
Helping both ocean environments and human aspects.
Do you work on or off campus?
I work on campus at the Dorr Museum of Natural History. There I give touch tank tours and do activities with school groups, as well as repair and put up exhibits.
What do you see yourself doing after COA?
Oceanography research somewhere along the Atlantic coast.
What country or state would you like to visit?
I love Maine but anywhere on the coast of the Atlantic would make me happy.
What is happiness to you?
Any day that it is warm enough to do yoga in a field of grass.
Have you had an internship?
No, not yet. But I hope that I will have one in Woods Hole next year and learn more about the process and development of oceanographic research.