Grace is a senior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. She loves all kinds of crabs, and is working on her capstone with P. Sean McDonald to research crab bioenergetics based on consumption experiments. She also works as a research assistant in the Armbrust lab (yay diatoms!) and with the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. She developed her passion for marine science through her many childhood explorations on Lummi Island, and aspires for a lifelong career in Aquatic Sciences.
Elliott is a senior in the school of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences with minors in marine biology and environmental sciences and resource management. Born and raised in Seattle he has always been fascinated with the water and the creatures that call it their home. He recently studied abroad on the Caribbean island of South Caicos and spent his summer as a field technician with Cramer Fish Sciences. One day he hopes to help restore the rivers of the Pacific Northwest.
Alex is a second-year graduate student in Dr. Tom Quinn’s group at the School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences (SAFS). For her Master’s degree work, she is studying interactions between grizzly bears and sockeye salmon in Alaska. She is also involved with the SAFS outreach group, Students Exploring Aquatic Sciences (SEAS), and is a Science Communication Fellow at the Pacific Science Center.
I am a junior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. I’m passionate about sustainable seafood and aquaculture here in the Pacific Northwest. On most weekends I can be found climbing, hiking, or swimming in places around the Pacific Northwest.
Bailey is a junior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. She is also minoring in Marine Biology and Environmental Studies. She loves loves loves dolphins and coral reefs and loves talking to people about marine conservation at the Seattle Aquarium where she volunteers. She hopes to one day work for a conservation lab and help many others around the world learn about why it’s important to save our marine environment. You can also find her on the football field at halftime on game days because she’s in the Husky Marching Band! Go Dawgs!