Alumnae

Learn more about our alumnae and their projects below!

Scholars:

2019

Allison

  • School: Valley High School
  • Independent Project: How does caddisfly biodiversity differ in bodies of water with fish and no fish?

Bianca

  • School: Grant Union High School
  • Independent Project: Why is the giant sequoia’s lifespan so long?

Faith

  • School: Grant Union High School
  • Independent Project: What materials do pikas use to build their haypiles?

Hayden

  • School: Center High School
  • Independent Project: Why is research done in national parks?

Kimberly

  • School: Rosemont High School
  • Independent Project: How high in elevation can bumblebees fly and why?

Sara

  • School: John F. Kennedy High School
  • Independent Project: How does flower biodiversity differ surrounding Emerald and Pear Lakes?

Sierra

  • School: John F. Kennedy High School
  • Independent Project: Bird diversity at Emerald Lake.

Tralisa

  • School: Grant Union High School
  • Independent Project: Are the territories of pikas and marmots overlapping?

2018

Ah’hasonna

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  • School: Sacramento Charter High School
  • Independent Project: Study of macroinvertebrates in differing bodies of water (watch presentation here)

Esme

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  • School: Vacaville High School
  • Independent Project: Macroinvertebrates in the presence of trout in alpine lakes (watch presentation here)

Juliana

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  • School: John F. Kennedy High School
  • Independent Project: Impact of drought on on trees close to bodies of water vs. those that are not (watch presentation here)

Megan

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    • School: Washington Middle College High School
    • Independent Project: Study of algae blooms in alpine lakes (watch presentation here)

Mia

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      • School: Sacramento Charter High School
      • Independent Project: How does elevation affect an ecosystem? (watch presentation here)

Shevah

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Rosalizbeth

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      • School: CK McClatchy High School

Trip leaders:

MK & Sage

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