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These STEM-based internships and interests in science, brought together animals, environmental conservation, and education through research. The two different disciplines of biology and psychology were brought together, both in fieldwork and in a laboratory-based setting. These internships spanned the globe, with locations in Ecuador, Indonesia, Pakistan, and the United States. Each individual worked with different entities ranging from Non-Profits, Higher Education, and Nature Conservation Organizations. Although we all come from various majors and academic backgrounds, our internships intersected in the fields of Marine Biology, Agricultural Science, Neuroscience, and Biochemistry. If you are interested in learning more about the connections and pathways between these topics of study, please join our panel to hear about and discuss our work experiences and summer research!

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  • Anne Rizvi '24, Economics major and Psychology double major, Nexus in Global Business
  • Maddie Hurley '25, Biological Sciences major, Art History minor
  • Chuying (Selestia) Lin '24, Psychology and History double major
  • Kim Sawyer-Wheeler '24, Biological Sciences major, English minor

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