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Sarah Altschuler

"Sarah is an undergraduate biology major, and has no idea what she wants to do with her life, but thought this would be a good place to get her feet wet. Evolution and extinction are quite exciting, and at the other end of the spectrum embryology is a fascinating field. She has many, many other interests, so will most likely never finish school. But if she does, and you ever see an opening for a developmental biologist- paleontologist- astronaut- micro surgeon -marine scientist, with aspirations to make a difference by holding a public office, drop her a line. "

Sarah was partially sponsored by the work study program of the University of Texas at Austin.

Comment: Sarah went on to continue her studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

 

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Sarah Altschuler

At work in the collections
Sarah Altschuler and Justin Hall admiring the huge starfish slab currently on display in the Museum.

 

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