Conserving our planet's botanical resources and ecosystems

Interns

TREE / Canopy Ecology Interns & Research Associates

Charissa JonesCharissa Jones
NSF Funded Grant Out on a Limb, Science Outreach for Students
Bryson VoirinBryson Voirin
Jessica WheelerJessica Wheeler
Science Outreach for Students, NSF Funded Grant Out on a Limb
Jose Guillermo SanchezJose Guillermo Sanchez
Jose from Panama will be in residence in Sarasota, Florida and New College, training in entomological methods and also presenting talks on the natural history of Panama to K-12 science classes.
Ricardo RengifoRicardo Rengifo
TREE Intern for Canopy Ecology, Ricardo Rengifo, visited the USA during April and May 2008. Ricardo worked with students at New College, continuing our project on herbivory and medicinal plants from the Iquitos region of the Amazon. Ricardo also gave educational lectures to schools around the country: Charlotte NC; Washington DC; Minneapolis MN; and Chicago IL. Photos and video from his trip are availble here.
David MitreDavid Mitre
David from Panama, will be studying invasive species and subtropical botany with Dr. Lowman, as well as visiting different Florida university faculty during the spring term.
Marcos VasquezMarcos Oversuijs Vasquez
Marcos is a conservation biology student from Iquitos, Peru who will work with New College conservation biology
and Florida ecology during spring 2007.
Zachary EversZachary Evers

Zachary is an Ecology Education Intern
DC RandleDC Randle
DC Randle is a teacher intern.
Erik WalimaaErik Walimaa
Research associate currently undergoing the task of organizing the files and the forest canopy databases in the Center for Canopy Ecology/TREE Foundation headquarters at New College of Florida.
Dr. Soubadra Devy and Dr T. GaneshDr. Soubadra Devy and Dr T. Ganesh
Research associates from ATREE (Ashoka Trust for Reserch on Ecology and the Environment) in India. These distinguished ecologists gave lectures in Florida, worked on grants to fund the 5th international canopy conference they are hosting in India during October 2009, and worked with TREE Foundation projects.
Rachel Renne
Ravi Bannerjee
Pamela Montero Alverez
Pamela is from Iquitos, Peru.