Dr. Allyson Tessin
Allie is an assistant professor at Kent State University. She completed her bachelors degrees at the University of Pittsburgh and her M.S. and Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Allie studies the seafloor and the impact that it has on modern biogeochemical cycling and how it acts as an archive of past oceanographic and climate change.
Follow her on Twitter @allyson_tessin
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Tatiana Fernandez Perez
Tatiana (she/her) is a Masters student at Kent State University. She completed her bachelors’ degrees from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. Her research interests broadly include geochemistry and paleoclimate. In her free time, she is into art, reading and videogames.
You can find her on twitter @tatzfernandez
Rachael is a Ph.D. student In Applied Geology. She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in geology from the Ohio State University and has previously worked as a shipboard research technician and science teacher. Rachael’s research is focused on the geochemistry of the Arctic Ocean; she is also interested in science education.
Clare is a masters student in the Department of Geology. She completed her bachelors degree at Baldwin Wallace University. She is passionate about Lake Erie, oceanography, geology, and invertebrates and discovering how they are all interconnected. She has done undergraduate research on soils, geomorphology, biodiversity studies, and invertebrates. She loves gardening, hiking, hanging out with friends, collecting insects, and playing with her dogs. She can’t wait to see all of the great work we do!