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Lauren Asquith

Alumni of Miami University
I'm excited to continue my education at Miami University through the Project Dragonfly graduate program. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Biology and Environmental Science at John Carroll University, outside of Cleveland, OH. Professors at John Carroll University gave me some great and unique opportunities to observe biodiversity, from algae in local parks and reserves to the birds in Costa Rica. It's great to continue exploring and growing, because there is always more to learn and new ways to grow.
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Lauren Asquith Awarded Degree from Miami University

Lauren Asquith of Mason was among more than 3,000 students from Miami University who received degrees during fall commencement exercises Friday, December 13, 2016, in Millett Hall Asquith graduate...

February, 17 2017 - Verified by Miami University
Lauren Asquith earns master's degree from Miami University through Project Dragonfly

Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith has earned a Master of Arts (MA) degree from Miami University through Project Dragonfly's Global Field Program (GFP). Since being accepted to the GFP master's d...

January, 19 2017 - Verified by Miami University
Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith to study in Galapagos

Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith, a master's student in the Global Field Program from Miami University's Project Dragonfly, will travel to Galapagos in June 2016. Asquith will study the forces ...

June, 03 2016 - Verified by Miami University
Lauren Asquith awarded AMV Rosie Bloom Scholarship through Audubon Miami Valley

Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith has been awarded the AMV Rosie Bloom Scholarship of $500 from Audubon Miami Valley in collaboration with Miami University's Project Dragonfly. Asquith, who was...

June, 03 2015 - Verified by Miami University
Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith to study in Borneo

Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith, a master's student in the Global Field Program from Miami University's Project Dragonfly, will travel to Borneo in summer 2015. Asquith will study Borneo’s pri...

May, 29 2015 - Verified by Miami University
Lauren Asquith making a difference in human and ecological communities

Mason, Ohio, resident Lauren Asquith, a graduate student in the Global Field Program (GFP) from Miami University's Project Dragonfly, has been awarded a Community Engagement badge from the universi...

March, 09 2015 - Verified by Miami University
Mason, Ohio resident Lauren Asquith to study in Baja

Mason, Ohio (45040) resident Lauren Asquith, a new master's student in the Global Field Program (GFP) from Miami University's Project Dragonfly, will travel to Baja in June to study field methods i...

May, 23 2014 - Verified by Miami University
Lauren Asquith accepted into master's degree program through Miami University's Project Dragonfly

Mason, Ohio (45040) resident Lauren Asquith was recently accepted into the Global Field Program (GFP) and will be taking classes toward a Master of Arts degree in biology from Miami University thro...

May, 12 2014 - Verified by Miami University
Environmental Educator at Five Rivers MetroParks
• Main conservation focus areas: water ecology, forest ecology, and pollinators • Develop and deliver youth and adult guided nature experiences centered on focus areas • Deliver strong school and youth programs based on water systems and water quality, connecting streams and rivers to watersheds, and personal water usage • Help develop and sustain “Inquiry Adventures” to bring classes to the parks for inquiry-based learning • Wrote and received an Ohio Environmental Education Fund (OEEF) grant for “Inquiry Adventures” • Care for the captive native wild animals and deliver strong outreach programs • Work closely with volunteers: mentoring and training • Developed and implemented Tikes Taking Action series to get preschool families involved in conservation efforts at Five Rivers MetroParks, collaborating with the Conservation Department
July 2010 - Present
Wildlife Specialist at Cleveland Museum of Natural History
• Care for captive wildlife, meeting basic needs as well as enrichment • Develop skills in handling a variety of reptiles, birds, and mammals • Aid in community education of native wildlife through live animal programs
September 2009 - July 2010
Tour Guide at John Carroll University
Help promote the University by giving tours and meeting personally with students and their parents communicate with faculty/staff and a diversity of visitors
August 2007 - May 2010

Graduate studies

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