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Sophomore environmental science major Carley Carder (19c)
just landed her dream internship with the United States Geological Survey! A
lover of geoscience and coral reefs, Carley was ecstatic when Dr. Tamie
Jovanelly, associate professor of geology, told her about the U.S. Geological
Survey Dive Team. That set Carley on a mission to contact the right people to
get an internship. With her professor’s help, she contacted Dr. Lauren Toth, a
scientist working on the Coral Reef Ecosystems Studies project. Normally,
undergraduates are not considered for internship positions with the research
team, but Carley’s diving expertise and her experience with isotopic dating
methods at Berry put her a cut above the rest. This summer, she’ll be at the
St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center monitoring growth of corals in
the U.S. Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and Florida Keys. Carley says of her
experience, “The professors at Berry are so engaged with their students and
want us to succeed. Dr. Jovanelly worked so hard to get me this internship, and
when one door shut, she knew exactly what to do to keep the line of