It’s no secret that the final couple of years of the SARS-CoV-2 viral pandemic have been difficult for everybody, and particularly for college kids, with canceled courses, distant studying, and uncertainty in regards to the viability of in-person occasions or journey. But the scholar leaders that helped information their native Audubon On Campus chapters introduced ardour and creativity to their work throughout the pandemic and so they and their fellow college students have been in a position to obtain unbelievable issues like the primary HBCU Arts in Conservation pageant in Atlanta, native plant plantings at campuses throughout the nation, and a local weather convention particularly designed to interact area people members in San Diego. To rejoice these leaders and their work as they end up this section of their lives, we requested them to inform us a bit about their plans for the longer term. 

If you are interested by beginning an Audubon On Campus chapter your self, head on over to this web page to study extra and to get in contact with the Audubon On Campus group! Not certain in case your campus already has a chapter? Reach out to the Audubon On Campus group and so they will help you out!


Tamara Kancoglu
University of Wisconsin, Green Bay

I will probably be graduating in December of 2022 and hopefully pursuing a M.S/PhD within the space of Conservation and Ecology hopefully after all referring to ornithology. This summer time I’m working for the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity [in Green Bay, Wisconsin] for the pure areas crew and the piscivorous fowl crew. I’m additionally engaged on a Cofrin Student Research undertaking on bumblebeeplant relationships in northern Wisconsin.


Karina Ornelas
San Diego City College

After graduating from San Diego City College, with an affiliate diploma in Biology, I plan to proceed finding out to finish my bachelor’s diploma in Conservation Biology and Ecology at Arizona State University. As properly I plan to proceed working with San Diego Audubon Society as Conservation Outreach Coordinator. I’ll begin faculty at ASU (Arizona State University) in October, so that’s the reason I made a decision to finish yet another affiliate diploma at San Diego City College and plan to complete December 2022, I will probably be finishing my associates in Spanish, whereas I attendat ASU. So I’ll proceed to be the president of the membership for yet another semester and we have already got so many plans. Soon will probably be planting 96 native crops at San Diego City College.


Mary Rudolph
Colorado College

My title is Mary Rudolph, and I will probably be graduating from Colorado College in December 2022. My plans after commencement contain a lot of issues. I’ll proceed working on the Colorado Springs REI as a footwear and customer support specialist. I may also preserve coaching for my many long-distance path races. When it comes for birds and Audubon, I’ll proceed to function a board member for Audubon of the Rockies. I additionally hope to volunteer or intern with Colorado Field Ornithology. At some level within the distant future, I plan on probably going to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for a graduate diploma in ornithological illustration. No matter what occurs after commencement, drawing and portray birds will certainly be part of my life!


Emily Ohman
University of California, Berkeley

I graduated from UC Berkeley in spring and hope to place the 2 levels I earned in direction of a profession in science schooling and group engagement. I’m wrapping up my thesis, which I wrote about avian city ecologies and our collective notion of various sorts of birds. I at the moment work on the Oakland Zoo as an schooling specialist and take each probability I get to unfold the phrase about birds and their marvel! 


Claire Wayner
Princeton University

As for post-graduation plans, I’m shifting to Boulder, Colorado, to work at an environmental nonprofit known as RMI on power coverage points.


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