Farewell to Dan Levey and welcome to Brianne WalshDan Levey
, the Science Communication Intern with IAN for the past year, has begun his undergraduate studies at Catholic University in Washington D.C. While Dan was at IAN, he uploaded symbols and images to the IAN Image Library, edited and uploaded seminar videos, transcribed presentations, developed conceptual diagrams and edited draft documents. He made great contributions to the team and we wish him well at Catholic University. Brianne Walsh
joined IAN in August as a Science Communicator, after completing her Master's degree in Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Science at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory. Her graduate research focused on zooplankton community dynamics in relation to Karenia brevis, the Florida red tide dinoflagellate. Brianne is a native of Rochester, New York, and completed her Bachelor's degree in Biology at Elmira College. Prior to her time in Maryland, Brianne worked as environmental educator and naturalist intern at the Helmer Nature Center in Irondequoit, NY, and as a research intern with the USDA Plant Materials Center in Big Flats, NY. In her free time, Brianne enjoys traveling, exploring the outdoors, and you can find her on the sidelines coaching high school field hockey.