Meet the team behind the Reduce Single-Use project at Eckerd:
Dr. Amy Siuda, Assistant Professor of Marine Science
Dr. Amy Siuda earned her Ph.D. in Biological Oceanography from the University of Connecticut. She specializes in a variety of aspects within the marine plankton ecology field.
Dr. Shannon Gowans, Professor of Marine Science and Biology
Dr. Shannon Gowans earned her bachelor’s degree and her Ph.D. from Dalhousie University. She focuses mainly on the evolution of social organization in cetaceans.
Professor Evan Bollier, Director of Sustainability
Professor Evan Bollier earned his Masters degree in Business Administration at University of South Florida, St Petersburg with a focus track in Management. Professor Bollier also serves as the Director of Sustainability for Eckerd College.
Trish Schranck, Student Intern
Trish is a graduate (2020) of Eckerd College with a major in marine science (biology track) and a minor in environmental studies. As an intern for this project, Trish collects and analyzes data to assess project progress and coordinates events.
Angelina Kossoff, Student Intern
Angelina is a senior at Eckerd college majoring in environmental studies and minoring in sustainability, marketing, and management. As an intern for this project, Angelina works to collect and analyze data to assess project progress and coordinates social media outreach and campus events.