Minden senior Bailey Arnold has been selected to participate in a twelve week conservation and study project in Madagascar. This opportunity is a major stepping stone in her goal to obtain a doctorate’s degree that will allow her to travel the world and make a meaningful difference in animal conservation through genetic research. Bailey wrote:
I have always had an interest in animals, they have been my passion from the beginning. My career goals growing up changed from wanting to be a veterinarian when I was in elementary school to being a zoologist in middle school.
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