Amaryllis is a senior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. She is interested in how humans impact the quality of water resources. She volunteers in the Olden Research Lab, where she studies juvenile bass morphology, invasive parrot feather and Olympic mudminnow.
Alex is a senior in his undergraduate career, majoring in Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and minoring in Marine Biology. He hopes to work in riparian ecology and conservation after receiving his degree. One of his great life skills is his ability to catch tide pool fish with his bare hands.
Grace is a junior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. She loves crabs and phytoplankton, and is currently working as a research assistant in the Armbrust lab with UW Oceanography. She is also a student assistant for IRARC, an environmental health research group at UW. She developed her passion for aquatic science through her many childhood explorations on Lummi Island, and aspires for a lifelong career in the field!
Sam is a senior in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. He has been working as a Research Assistant at the Burke Museum Fish Collection since fall 2015 and is currently conducting capstone research at the Alaska Fisheries Science Center. In his spare time Sam can be found playing guitar, playing basketball, and talking about fish.