Caroline Troy, Gosnell/Zarnoch Lab (Class of 2021)

BS Candidate, Environmental Science, Brown University

Caroline is a rising senior at Brown University studying environmental science, with a focus on conservation science and policy. She previously interned at Morgan State University’s Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory studying oyster restoration and forage fish habitat, the Brown University Herbarium, and New York City Department of Parks and Recreation’s Capital Projects. She is interested in careers involving ecological restoration and conservation. This summer she will be working with Professors Zarnoch and Gosnell to study topics such as the effects of mussels on salt marsh restoration areas.