Katherine Hannibal ’13

Marine Biologist Rides Wave of Success
Katherine Hannibal ’13 received a $10,000 award through the Aquarium of the Pacific's (Long Beach, CA) African-American Scholar Program. She and fellow recipients will be invited to participate in presentations, meetings, and other activities at the Aquarium. In a videotaped message during the virtual award ceremony, Katherine said: “Aquariums provide such important steps in science communication, uniting scientific and public communities, and really serve as a lens to discover educational resources for sustainability, conservation, and research. This uniting engagement has really been the focal point of my career path. As a marine biologist and educator, I understand the crucial responsibility for effectively communicating information to the public in an inclusive and engaging way. I’m so honored to be recognized by an aquarium that’s really taken steps to serve as a symbol for education. I truly believe that we must model today what we wish for tomorrow.” Katherine is an M.S. candidate in biology at California State University, Northridge and has a B.S in marine biology from the University of Rhode Island. Her article, “Be Like an Octopus - Adapt and Thrive” was published in the Fall ’21 issue of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s magazine Pacific Currents.

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