Private well owners on the northern half of Mount Desert Island who are curious about the potential presence of arsenic and other elements in their drinking water are encouraged to join a water study led by College of the Atlantic earth sciences chair Dr. Sarah Hall.
Roshni Mangar ’16 found herself surrounded by dolphins during her time with a Florida-based research organization, and says that the experience helped inform her work back at home.
An education in human ecology led Becca Haydu ’16 to the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, where she worked with Project for Peace to promote indigenous culture.
A passion for marine acoustics led Marina Cucuzza ’16 to an internship at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Last winter, a recruiter from Sea Education Association sat at a table in Take-A-Break and offered me a wild opportunity at sea. This summer, I climbed on board.