Knowledge for a sustainable world

Harrison Lambert studied for his undergraduate degree at NRI and after exploring a few different career avenues, he has just returned to study for his PhD. A life-long lover of the natural world, Harrison wanted a career that combined ecology (the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings), agriculture, and helping those in need. He took five minutes out of his day to talk to Communications Officer Linden Kemkaran about why returning to NRI feels like “coming home” and how to him, NRI experts are among the “rock stars of the science world”.

Mature student Louise Sinnock is studying for a degree in environmental science. Louise gave up her job as a veterinary nurse to pursue her ambition to learn more about the natural world. She took five minutes out of her day to talk to Communications Officer, Linden Kemkaran, about how meeting with an NRI programme leader led to her returning to study, getting her mojo back and why it’s never too late…

Connor Nicholls is studying for his undergraduate degree in Environmental Science at NRI. He took five minutes out of his day to talk to Communications Officer, Linden Kemkaran, about how NRI ‘re-lit’ his enthusiasm for studying, and his obsession with all things Mayan.

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