New Intern and Summer Students
IAN welcomes Lisa Florkowski, Allison Dungan, and Kate Boicourt. Lisa Florkowski will be entering the Marine Estuarine Environmental Sciences graduate program this autumn. She graduated from the University of Virginia and has been working in the private sector before joining IAN. Lisa will be working on the National Capital Region Vital Signs project
to help in the synthesis of biological data to develop conceptual models/diagrams that effectively communicate the results of monitoring efforts within the National Park Service's Inventory and Monitoring Program. Allison Dungan joins IAN as a summer student and will be working on a project to assess nitrogen sources into the Maryland Coastal Bays, following on from a study conducted by IAN staff in 2004. She is also significantly expanding our online Image Library
. Allison will be a senior at Randolph-Macon College this autumn. Kate Boicourt is a summer student with the EcoCheck
team at the Cooperative Oxford Laboratory, working primarily on the National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment (NEEA)
project. Kate recently graduated from Kenyon College.