Yogesh Ray, Clastic Sedimentologist at Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun, India. Presently studying the fluvial landforms in mountainous terrain of Himalaya to ascertain the Tectono-Climatic signatures in the formation of landforms in space and time.
My name is Rebecca Calisi-Rodriguez, and I am a research scientist in the Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior at the University of California, Davis. I went to college to become an artist, then after I graduated, I taught the 2nd grade. I later took a job at the Dallas Zoo and taught k-12 conservation biology programs, which led me back to grad school. I got my Ph.D. in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley, studying how birds (and their brains) respond to the changing environment. I am also a “mother-in-science”. Here is a photo of me with my daughter, Carmen.
Lauren, Computer Science major at SMU, as well as a member of the Mustang Mavericks: SMU’s western swing dance team. PONY UP, y’all!
Andrea, Neuroscience PhD student, pictured here at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. I volunteer at the animal shelter on the weekends and also take belly dance and ballroom dance lessons most nights out of the week - if I’m not running an experiment in lab.
Russell Losco, Professional Soil Scientist, Geologist, martial artist, author & political activist photographed in 2007 in the Alaska Basin, Grand Tetons, Wyoming. The peak of Grand Teton is in the background. www.soildude.com
Astrophysicist trying to find out how planets form. facebook.com/njjturner
Dr. Sarah Spaulding is an Ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey and a rock climber. Her area of expertise is diatoms, a type of single-celled algae. You can learn more about diatoms on the website Sarah manages, Diatoms of the US:
Jill Marshall, geologist, sailing enthusiast, and semi-balanced huckleberry picker.
Jen, oceanography professor at work