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Christine has joined EcoCheck as a Science Communication Intern. She recently graduated from Assumption College in Worcester, MA, studying biology and environmental science. Christine worked with wetland scientists for two years at an integrated services engineering firm and also volunteered as a water quality monitor through the Blackstone Valley River Coalition. After graduation she spent the summer studying harmful algal blooms at Horn Point Lab and Gallaudet University. It was through the Maryland Sea Grant Research Experience for Undergraduates at Horn Point that she learned about IAN. In the fall, Christine interned for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Patuxent Research Refuge, conducting environmental education for the public. She has a wide range of interests in biology and environmental science, and is utilizing this internship to determine a course of study for graduate school. She loves photography, writing, hiking, camping, kayaking, and rock climbing, as well as recreational volleyball and frisbee.
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