Alexandra E. Sutton, Ph.D. student in Environment at Duke University. Wildlife Biologist. Writer. Amateur Surfer. City Girl. (@aesutz on Twitter)
My name is Nicole Rupp and I am an africanist archaeologist. Approximately 3 months each year I spend in Nigeria in search of the remains of the Nok Culture, an Early Iron Age community, occuping central parts of the country 3500 years ago.
My name is Carla Koretsky and I am a geochemist. I love running and horseback riding. This picture is me running my first trail marathon, the 26.2 mile Mont Blanc Marathon in France & Switzerland.
Ana Navarrete, PhD in evolutionary biology. I study brain evolution in mammals. I am a very capable dissector who loves amphibians, travelling, drawing cartoons, and reading comic books (I am a Girl Genius’ fan!).
My name is Jolvan Morris, ABD; I’m an Environmental Policy Scientist studying Gulf Coast shrimping policies. On the weekends I’m a Biker Chick and all year long I’m naturally New Orleans! This picture is from my family’s Mardi Gras bike ride.
I’m Jen and I have a PhD in microbiology from Washington University in St. Louis, where I currently work as a staff scientist specializing in infectious disease research. My alter ego, Biohazard Betty, skates for the Arch Rival Roller Girls. Photo courtesy of Bob Dunnell.
Hi! I’m a meteorologist. I run numerical weather prediction models, make forecasts and take measurements from time to time. I am also an Afro-Caribbean dancer, volleyball player and mom. I love chocolate.
Hi. I am Panayiotis Zavros.I have M.Sc. in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mechanics. Currently i am doing my PhD on wind energy modelling and short-term prediction, in Cyprus.
I like football, scuba diving and traveling around the world.
Phillip Mendenhall, M.A. (EuropeanUniversityatSt. Petersburg,Russia) archaeologist specializing in Paleolithic/Paleo-Indian migration and colonial Greek settlement of the northern Black Sea region. Currently working with the Public Archaeology Lab., Inc. in Rhode Island,USA.