I presented my summer research, which explored the use of fisheries learning networks in countries around the world, at a recent conference.
As part of a marine conservation biology course, we explored the management challenges present in the ever-changing landscapes of barrier islands.
Over the past two years, I have had the unique opportunity to explore the intersection of gender and scientific research. That’s provided me with a new lens to reflect on my own experiences as a female scientist.
On a trip to Mexico, Jill Hamilton (MEM’18) got a chance to see the economic, environmental and socially-sustainable fishing practices being used by a Yucatan fishing cooperative.
Jill Hamilton tells the story of a diving trip to Cozumel, Mexico, for a weeklong coral reef biology course.