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Liana DeNino, MCM’20

Wednesday, September, 25th, 2019 CCM MCM MCM & CCM MCM Student Profiles

My name is Liana DeNino, I am from, Greensburg, PA just outside of Pittsburgh. In 2018 earned my B.S. in Environmental Science at Baylor University. There, I was a research assistant studying urban lead pollution in Dallas, TX. After graduating, I took time to travel to Tanzania, Kenya and Italy visiting extended family. Once I Read More

Aleta Dam, MCM’20

Wednesday, September, 25th, 2019 CCM MCM MCM & CCM MCM Student Profiles

My name is Aleta Dam and I graduated from Worcester State University in 2017 with a BS in Biology. I grew up on a farm with cows, chickens, oxen, two cats and the surrounding wildlife, giving me a love for the environment and conservation. Through WSU, I traveled to rural areas of the Dominican Republic Read More

Kellie Carter, MCM’20

Wednesday, September, 25th, 2019 CCM MCM MCM & CCM MCM Student Profiles

My name is Kellie Carter and I first started my journey working with wildlife while completing my B.S. in Biology with concentrations in Zoology and Marine Biology from CSU Stanislaus.  I have since completed an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology from Truckee Meadows Community College in 2007 and graduated from Oregon State University with a B.S. Read More

Anjali Narasimhan, MCM’19 Summer Externship with the Alaska Whale Foundation

Wednesday, September, 25th, 2019 MCM MCM & CCM MCM Alumni Profiles MCM Student Profiles

Whales are among the largest and most intelligent species to inhabit this earth. I have always been drawn to these enigmatic creatures and stunned by their unparalleled beauty. Driven to promote ocean conservation and pursue a career in advancing marine mammal health, I sought out a position with the Alaska Whale Foundation and had the Read More

Brianna Blunck, MCM’20

Tuesday, September, 24th, 2019 CCM MCM MCM & CCM MCM Student Profiles

My name is Brianna Blunck and I am from Coxsackie (laugh at the name if you will), New York. I graduated from Fordham University in 2017 with a degree in Biological Sciences after four years of playing on their Division 1 women’s soccer team. At home I have a whippador pup, two cats, and Paxton Read More

A Survival Guide for Field Work in the Alakai Wilderness Preserve

Tuesday, April, 30th, 2019 MCM MCM & CCM MCM Alumni Profiles MCM Student Profiles

Dayna Martinez, MCM’19 Discusses her Winter Externship with the Kaua’i Forest Bird Recovery Project in Kaua’i, Hawai’i As a master’s candidate in Tufts conservation medicine (MCM) program, I was able to spend my winter break in Kaua’i, Hawai’i volunteering with a non-profit organization called Kaua’i Forest Bird Recovery Project (KFBRP). I was able to experience Read More