New Climate Science intern at College of Menominee Nation

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Wendy Dorman is a zoologist and ornithologist with an MS in biology from Winthrop University. She is currently working on a second MS in Geographic Information Science at Eastern Michigan University. During her summer internship at CMN Wendy hopes to learn how to utilize GIS technology to shed light on connections between climate change and population dynamics in native species. Her masters research focuses on the growth and distribution of the Eastern Prairie Fringed Orchid in relation to soil type and hydrology. In her free time she enjoys hiking with her dog Atreyu, reading science fiction, and bird watching.  Welcome to the NE CSC Team, Wendy!