Meet the New Crew

We’ve got a new batch of interns at CIEE Research Station Bonaire that are here to help us with our education, research, and outreach initiatives.

NHH_PalmataNate Holloway is the Intern Coordinator and a teaching assistant for the Culture, Field Methods, and Independent Research courses. He has a BS and MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MAS in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation from Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Nathaniel is interested in coral reef spatial ecology, specifically in new and novel coral reef Austin Picturemonitoring tools and techniques.

Austin Lin
is a CIEE alumnus from fall semester of 2013. He was born in Taiwan, and had his early education in a Chinese local school. Later on, he received his international education in Beijing, China. He has recently graduated from Seattle University at Washington State with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Marine and Conservation Biology, minor in Chemistry. After graduation, he returned to CIEE RSB to pursuit for his passion in marine conservation as an intern. He wishes to provide the enriching and inspirational experiences he had received as a student at CIEE RSB in the past with the new students of fall 2015!

vlcsnap-2015-08-27-22h27m59s123James Emm is a CIEE alumnus and recently graduated from the University of North Texas with a B.S. in Ecology. He has had a passion for the ocean through the entirety of his life, and being a PADI divemaster, has the perfect excuse to be in the environment he loves. He hopes to eventually earn his Ph.D. in ecology and the experiences gained from his time at CIEE Bonaire will help lay the foundation for the achievement of that goal. James loves the outdoors, adventure, and being in nature and has a 1422473_10203587784713237_8798990321558892228_ntrue passion for conservation. He is very excited about the upcoming semester and all that it has to offer.

Sara Buckley recently completed her B.S. degree in Oceanography at University of North Carolina at Wilmington and is a PADI Dive Instructor. She was the program coordinator at Sea Turtle Camp in Wilmington and spent three summers with Broadreach Global Summer Educational Adventures sailing the Caribbean and teaching sailing and diving to youth. She is currently a teaching assistant here at CIEE for the Advanced Scuba, Marine Ecology Field Methods, and Independent research courses. Sara hopes to learn as much as she can about marine ecology and dive as much as she can!

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