Ambitious and organized Research Assistant with experience in conducting complex research into soil and water contamination and remediation design and implementation. On track to complete Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Conservation Biology. Well versed in research design, data collection and analysis and laboratory operations. Seeking to apply formal training and hands-on experience to secure rewarding research role.
Provide assistance to the United States Geological Survey minerology department as a field and laboratory assistant. Supported principal investigators during research into contaminated areas around abandoned mining sites. Collect soil and water samples. Prepare samples for analysis both in USGS labs as well as outside labs to identify heavy metals present. Maintain lab equipment and perform calibrations as needed. Keep inventory of lab chemicals per university and government regulations.
Provide care for children 6weeks old to 8 years old. Develop and implement lesson plans.
Provided care for injured and abandoned wildlife of the Sonoran Desert. Maintained accurate records about each animal being cared for. Coordinated animal releases with volunteers and staff.
Minor in Marine Biology
Certificate of Geographic Information Systems
Academic Math Major
University of Arizona PACE May 2001
Kettering University (Flint, MI) Academically Interested Minorities program May 2000
Women in Science and Engineering
Tucson Festival of Books: Science City 2017
Marine Awareness Conservation Society booth
Southern Arizona Research Science Engineering Fair (SARSEF)
Grand Award Judge 2017, 2018
University of Arizona Insect Festival 2016
Meduca sexta booth
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