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Senior Undergraduate Students 2013-14

Name Email Program
Aitcheson, Gabriella gaa2115@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Ajayi, Moyo moa2108@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Arkebauer, Rachel raa2153@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Bailey, Honor hlb2140@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Buck, Suzanna sb3136@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Chen, Connie cc3267@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Diaz, Margarete md2981@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Dorsch, Morgan mdd2134@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Drews, Austin amd2230@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Fisher, Isabelle icf2104@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Foley, Isabelle iyf2103@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Fuller, Sarah sbf2123@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Gersony, Jessica jtg2124@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Gibson, Rebecca rag2164@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Goldin, Abagail asg2180@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Jagoda, Evelyn ejj2116@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Jones, Byron bmj2114@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Kelly, Michael mkk2133@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Matthews, Kenyatta kcm2153@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Priester, Molly mhp2130@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Quade, Leslie lq2130@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Silva, Victoria vas2120@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Solomon, Misha mds2197@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Thaler, Madeline mlt2139@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Weinman, Lucia lrw2121@columbia.edu Environmental Biology
Wolf, Gideon gsw2114@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Young, Kimberly kty2102@columbia.edu Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species

© Steffen Foerster

"Working on the New York Botanical Garden's Forest Project was a highly rewarding experience. In addition to what I learned about ecology, I spent time learning to identify native tree, shrub, and herb species. I also learned that it is essential that we preserve native forests. "

Summer Internship Student