Congrats to Tally Traver ('14), Hana Henry ('14), Lauren Bonee ('15), and Mary Feely ('15) for their acceptances to present at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting April 2 - 5! They will each be presenting their senior study research with hundreds of other undergraduate, graduate, and professional scientists! The best part....ASB is holding the mixer in the Chattanooga Aquarium just for the conference attendees! Woo hoo!!! Congrats to each of them!
In case you don't have your life figure out yet, being a marine science masters student at Jacksonville University is definitely an awesome option just for opportunities alone. Went fossil collecting this weekend for our paleontology class... And here are just a few of the awesome fossils I get to take home with me :)
Recent graduates...there is a great employment opportunity for a natural science or environmental studies graduate. The Little River Watershed Association (http://www.littleriverwatershed.org) needs a coordinator. This position is through AmeriCorps, and begins in August. You can apply by contacting through this listing, noting a desire to work for LRWA: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=58524&fromSearch=true http://www.knoxcac.org/newweb/programs-services/americorps