To announce two new marine MSc taught courses at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus, we got in touch with just some of our brilliant MSc conservation graduates to find out what they are up to now.
In the MSc Graduate In Focus series we speak to several graduates from MSc programmes within the Center for Ecology and Conservation at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus in Cornwall.
They share their experiences of studying in Cornwall, how their course has helped them in their careers and what they are doing now.
So if you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to study with us, look no further!
Check out our new degrees:
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Kelly Atkins (USA, 2014) – PhD Student at the University of Exeter
Elizabeth Campbell (Peru, 2014) – PhD Student with Prodelphinus (Peru) and the University of Exeter
Jennifer Cruce-Horeg (USA, 2009) – Conservation Resources Programme Manager, U.S. Departmentof Navy, Guam
Phil Doherty (UK, 2011) – Post Doctoral Research Associate, University of Exeter
Haley Dolton (UK, 2018) – PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin
Owen Exeter (UK, 2017) – Graduate Research Assistant, University of Exeter
Chris Kerry (UK, 2018) – PhD Student, University of Exeter
Kieran McCloskey (USA, 2017) – PhD Student, University of Exeter
Kristian Metcalfe (UK, 2008) – Lecturer, University of Exeter
Sarah Nelms (UK, 2014) – Post Doctoral Research Associate, University of Exeter
Matt Nicholson (USA, 2014) – PhD Student, Arkansas State University
Nathalie Swain Diaz (UK, 2016) – Senior Natural History TV Researcher