Eleven students from the University of Washington, University of Oregon, and Boston University are participating on Leg 2 of the VISIONS’14 expedition as part of the School of Oceanography experiential learning course ‘Ocean 411’. Also shown is John Delaney (Chief Scientist – University of Washington) and Kendra Daly (Co-Chief Scientist – University of South Florida). Photo Credit: Ed McNichol, University of Washington, and Mumbian Enterprises; V14.
Hello there! My name is Jesse Turner and I am a senior in Oceanography at the University of Washington. My passions are endless, but a few of my hobbies include hiking, biking, slacklining, skiing, soccer, and juggling. I am originally from Vash
I am a sophomore studying engineering at the University of Washington. After growing up in Woodinville, Washington, my interests have extended beyond engineering into physics, astronomy, math, computer science, oceanography, scuba diving, neuros
Ryan Brennan is a graduating senior in Microbiology at University of Washington. As a recreational certified scuba diver, Ryan has long enjoyed the ocean and observing marine life.
I am a graduating Biology student from the University of Oregon. I came to UO from Gig Harbor, Washington where I developed a deep love for the
I am currently a senior at the University of Washington Tacoma pursuing an Environmental Science degree. I am retired from the U.S. Coast Guard after twenty years of service as a marine science technician.
Alex Mitchell Morton
Alex is a fourth-year third year student from the University of Washington.
I am a true husky from birth; Seattle born and bred. This coming school year I will be attending the University of Washington as a sophomore
I am very pleased to have the opportunity to be aboard the state-of-the-art research vessel and to watch and participate in some very interesting science.
Madison Shipley is a senior studying Oceanography and Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington, and minoring in Marine Biology and Quantitative Science.