Master of Environmental Science

Master of Environmental Science, 2016. We did my graduation photos in the Marshall National Wildlife Refuge, the focus of my research.  — at Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.
There were so many days when I thought I couldn't finish. I suffered from Imposter Syndrome the whole time! There I was, in a Masters of Science program, with other scientists, with my teaching degree. I had to work hard to catch up. When my project exploded and I had to switch to non-thesis, I wondered if it was proof that I couldn't be a scientist. I still don't really know, but I know it didn't stop me from getting a masters degree. We took my photos in the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, which was the focus of my research.

After two years of hugging every tree in the Marshall National Wildlife Refuge, the Environmental Science grad student takes a well deserved nap.
"Researching" the native flora.
Great photo by the great Zach Greathouse (hehe). With FAU College of Science Interim Dean Dr. Janet Blanks , and Dr Gary Perry, who was Dean of the CoS when I was an undergrad! It's almost a generational photo!
The non-twitter version of Ma and I throwing up Owl Fingers with FAU President Dr. John Kelly, and Owlsley!
After barely missing it in my undergrad, I am now the proud owner of the Silver Cord for Volunteer Service! Hoot Hoot!

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