61. Winner of the Black Women in Graduate School Therapy Fund

In today’s conversation with Camille Mosley, we talk about biological research on fish, the push from white institutes to have diverse perspectives in predominantly white spaces, and therapy in graduate school. Mosley is the Co-President of the Black Graduate Student Association, where they do fun activities that help relieve stress. 

In this episode we discuss: 

  • The lack of diversity in environmental science research
  • Her research as an ecologist
  • The importance of taking care of yourself and asking for help

More About Camille Mosley 

Camille Mosley is currently a 2nd-year Ph.D. student at the University of Notre Dame in the Biological Sciences department. Her graduate research focuses on fisheries ecology and management. She graduated from Emory University in 2019 with a B.S. in environmental science. While in undergrad she participated in undergraduate research at the Georgia Institute of Technology studying freshwater ecology.

Camille is committed to increasing representation of BIPOC in STEM fields through her involvement with campus leadership as Co-President of the Black Graduate Student Association and works within the Graduate Students Against Racial Injustice at the University of Notre Dame.

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