Hannah has enrolled in an International Masters of Science in Marine Biological Resources starting in September 2020. Despite being a tongue twister of a course name, we wish her all the best for her studies abroad!
She was part of CRC team for 7 months and along with being incredibly enthusiastic about all fish life, she coordinated much of the underwater restoration work.
After completing his internship, Ray moved across the world and is currently pursuing a PhD in Chemistry at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
Shane now lives in Florida where he works as a research assistant in the Coral Reef Restoration, Assessment & Monitoring lab at Nova Southeastern University as he works on his Master’s degree in Marine Biology.
“This internship was an experience that I will never forget, from the amazing people that I met and the experiences I had. Not to mention the ability to be able to aid in the restoration of our reefs was something that I will cherish for a very long time.”
Nina’s internship made her aware of the increasing importance of active reef restoration projects around the world and was fundamental for her decision to continue working in this field in her future career.