Yvelande Annie Raymond is majoring in biology with a minor in environmental studies at the University of Central Florida. She has many passions, including travel and environmental conservation. Currently she is conducting a study on the University of Central Florida’s’ landscape beds and their ability to support pollinator activity and diversity. Her research interests include observational studies about wildlife populations, human interaction and its environmental consequences, and pollinators. Her future goals are to become an environmental consultant and move on to work with the Environmental Protection Agency. Her professional interests include working in a wildlife sanctuary or at the EPA in the remediation of contaminated areas.
Biology | Life Sciences
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