Ashley Fink is an undergraduate student attending Kent State University in Ohio as an Environmental Conservation Biology major. Outside of school, she does research in a professor from the department of biological sciences, Dr. Kershner’s, research lab, is vice president of the Kent State Environmental Society, holds an executive board position in the ocean conservation club Ocean Motion, works at the Student Legal Services office, was selected as a Choose Ohio First scholar, and participates in intramural sports. Ashley’s proudest accomplishments so far in her undergraduate career are obtaining the president’s list honor all four completed semesters and being nominated by her professors and selected for two biological science department scholarships and one departmental award. Ashley looks forward to continuing her successes at Kent State and plans to graduate in December of 2022.
Ashley worked with the E3SA group as part of the NSF-funded Resilience and Adaptation to Coastal Change Across Virtual Communities (C2-Virtual-C) REU at East Carolina University.
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