Gabriella Carvajal who is an Eco-Systems and Human Impact Major, has written an essay in Pathways: The Official Publication of the NYS Outdoor Education Association, on her work with the Marine Meadows Program, which among their many initiatives restores eel grass to areas on Long Island. Gabby is currently working on research with other students and Ecosystems and Human Impact instructor and mentor, Sharon Pochron.
Great Job Gabby ! She graduated this May 2014 with a B.A. in Ecosystems & Human Impact with a minor in geospatial sciences. She will be attending Stony Brook’s School of Marine and Atmospheric sciences in the coming fall to pursue a masters in Marine Conservation and Policy. She is very interested in conservation and spent a semester abroad in Madagascar. She shared that this experience was truly eye opening and was happy that she had the chance to go abroad. Gabby is pictured here (center)on her study abroad trip doing research. Click on this link to view her slide show of the highlights of her trip.