Greg Brown (Wales) 2014-15
Greg worked with us during his MSc at Swansea University, where he conducted an exploratory seagrass mapping project.
Sarah Jane Pope (Scotland) 2015-
SJ has been a regular SEA programme volunteer for outreach events at the Glasgow and Edinburgh Science Festivals. She has also volunteered her time at other community outreach events across Scotland. She has started an MSc in Education for Sustainable Development at Gothenburg University. In 2017 she ran the London, Edinburgh and Stockholm marathons to raise vital funds for Project Seagrass.
Josephine Wilde (Wales) 2015-
Josephine completed a BSc in Marine Geography, and MRes in Biosciences at Cardiff University. She regularly helps at events and completed a 2 month Placement with us following her undergraduate.
Lauren Clayton (Scotland) 2015-
Lauren has recently graduated with a Masters in Marine Biology from the University of Glasgow, as part of her program she undertook a work placement with Project Seagrass and continues to volunteer at outreach events across Scotland.
Laura Pratt (Wales) 2015-16
Laura has recently graduated with a BSc Biology from Cardiff University. She undertook a internship with Project Seagrass as part of her Professional Training Year (PTY), and while working with us, she investigated changes in the status and distribution of Zostera noltii across Wales.
Jake Davies (Wales) 2016-
Jake is a BSc Applied Marine Biology student currently Studying at Bangor University. He has an internship working with Natural Resources Wales. He also has a partnership internship with Project Seagrass, where he assist’s in data collection and spreading awareness of seagrass within North Wales.
Evie Furness (Wales) 2016-17
Evie is studying for a BSc in Marine Biology at Swansea University. She had previously (2016-2017) undertaken an internship with Project Seagrass for her 'Year in Industry' placement.
Max Robinson (Wales) 2016
Max is a member of the SEACAMS2 team and worked with on the Dugong and Seagrass Research Toolkit
Rufus Sullivan (Scotland) 2017-18
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