Major: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Certificates: Global Health and Health Policy
Study abroad experience: Sierra Leone (health outreach project during summer 2011); Panama with EEB's Tropical Biology in the Field program (spring semester 2013); Madagascar (thesis research during summer 2013)
List of favorite courses: EEB327 Immune Systems from Molecules to Populations; ENG385 Children's Literature; GHP350 Critical Perspectives in Global Health; EEB321 Ecology: Species Interactions, Biodiversity, and Society; EEB346 Biology of Coral Reefs; SPA207 Studies in Spanish Language and Style
Hi Rocky! My name is Evaline, and I'm a senior from the perpetually sunny Sunnyvale, California. As an EEB major, I spent my junior spring studying in Panama, which translates to hiking in tropical rain forests, exploring bat caves, snorkeling in coral reefs, and unearthing ancient ceramic shards. Panama was an incredible adventure, and I returned to Princeton with confidence in my field work and research skills and some of the best friends I've made at Princeton thus far. For my thesis, I'm studying how forest fragments impact biodiversity and consequently the transmission of disease in Madagascar. I'm interested in disease ecology, global mental health, and social justice. On campus, I'm an OA leader, an EMT with the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, and a member of the women's Ultimate Frisbee team. You can find me writing in my journal, slacklining, and running my favorite trails. I'd love to talk to you about anything (academics, campus life, philosophical life questions, bad puns, etc.) so let's start up a conversation!
Best way to reach me: Feel free to email me email@example.com and we can also arrange to meet up! Murray-Dodge cookies anyone?