Natalie Caulk

Program Associate, Data-Driven Discovery Initiative

 

Natalie is the program associate for the Data-Driven Discovery Initiative in the science program.

 
Natalie Caulk
 

Biography

Natalie is the program associate for the Data-Driven Discovery Initiative in the science program.

Previously, Natalie was a graduate research assistant and teaching assistant at the University of British Columbia, where she studied the effects of climate warming on species interactions in freshwater systems. Prior to graduate school, Natalie managed the Stable Isotope Laboratory at the University of California, Davis. Her volunteer experience includes outreach in science classrooms at local elementary schools.

Natalie received her masters in zoology from the University of British Columbia and a bachelors degree in biological sciences from the University of California, Davis.

 
 

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