USFCMS Student-Alumni Career Panel

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Panel moderated by Dr. Albert C. Hine, Professor, Geological Oceanography

Kelly Donnelly, ’93, Grants Management Specialist NOAA

Katie Sosa, ’96, President, Sammy’s Seafood

Kelli Hammer Levy, ’98, Natural Resources Division Manager, Pinellas County

Brad Weigle, ’87, Senior Project Manager, Photo Sciences, Inc.

Time: 3PM - 5PM

Title: USF College of Marine Science Student-Alumni Career Panel and Social

Host: Howard Rutherford

Description - The panel is convened in collaboration between the USF Marine Science Society and the College of Marine Science in an effort to expose current students to the career diversity their future degree opens for them, highlight marketable skills, and foster mentoring through CMS alumni introductions. Using a moderated panel discussion format, current CMS students will engage with successful, diverse CMS alumni in careers outside Academia. Panelists include an entrepreneur, governmental science administrators, and a private industry program manager.

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Published in Fall 2014

Student-Alumni Career Panel and Social

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Moderated by- Merrie Beth Neely, Ph.D., 08 ‘ and Bruce Barber, Ph.D., ‘84

Bill Arnold, Ph.D., ’06, Branch Chief, NOAA Southeast Regional Office
Libby Carnahan, ’05, UF/IFAS Extension Florida Sea Grant Agent, Florida Sea Grant
Jenna Cummings, ’06, Director of Marine Studies, Canterbury School of Florida
Molly McLaughlin, ’00, Laboratory Manager, United States Geological Survey
Andy Squires, ‘84, Coastal and Freshwater Resources Section Manager, Pinellas County

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Time: 4PM - 5PM, TGIF Afterwards

Title: USF College of Marine Science Student-Alumni Career Panel and Social

Host: Howard Rutherford

Description - The panel is convened in collaboration between the USF Marine Science Society and the College of Marine Science in an effort to expose current students to the career diversity their future degree opens for them, highlight marketable skills, and foster mentoring through CMS alumni introductions. Using a moderated panel discussion format, current CMS students will engage with successful, diverse CMS alumni in careers outside Academia. Panel include individuals in informal and formal education, policy and government and management.

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Published in Fall 2015