Project Team 2016

 

 

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Lili

Lili Massoud

9th grade, Enloe Magnet High School

Lili on working with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Paleontology Team:

“What excites me is getting to see real fossils and working with real paleontologists.  I hope to learn how to find and preserve fossils so that the next generation can see them.”

Lili on learning 3D modeling:

“3D imaging has become very popular, they have used it in NASA and to make medical devices.  I would like to see how it can be used in museums and to help scientists.”

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Katelyn

Katelyn Foust

10th grade, Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy

Katelyn on “why paleontology?”:

“I would love to learn how animals we have today developed into what they are now and what other animals existed before humanity.”

Katelyn on working with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Paleontology Team:

“It excites me to work with these professionals because I am meeting people who are interested in some of the things I am.  They can tell me more about this subject… and deepen my love for it.”

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Evelyn

Evelyn Davis

10th grade, Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy

Evelyn on “why paleontology?”:

“Paleoecology interest me because I believe it is important to learn about the past climates and ecosystems in order to improve the earth for future generations.”

Evelyn on working with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Paleontology Team:

“Working with professionals in the field of paleontology would be the most exciting thing ever to me.”

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Jack Hoyt

11th grade, Wake Young Men’s Leadership Academy

Jack on working with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Paleontology Team:

“I am eager to watch them work and get a realistic taste for the work I would do.  I would love to know how they got started.”

Jack on learning 3D modeling:

“What I like about it is the ability to explore.”

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Judith

Judith Kariuki

8th grade, Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy

Judith on working with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Paleontology Team:

“I’m excited because I get to know more info from a person that has actually gone to do research in the field.”

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