2019 BOSF Fisheries Research Interns by Research Program

Jacob Latour

Jacob Latour is a senior at Juniata College currently studying Environmental Science. Jacob joined Beyond Our Shores Foundation in July 2018 as a Fisheries Research Intern tasked with writing a paper on the history of marine fisheries conventional capture-mark-recapture programs. After completing his internship in August, he rejoined BOSF in January to continue his research. Jacob is extremely interested in marine fisheries and plans to continue into graduate school with a focus in marine science or similar field.

Griffin Murray

Griffin Murray is a rising sophomore at the University of South Carolina majoring in Marine Science. He has always had a fascination for marine life and exploration and that has inspired him to dedicate his career towards the study and protection of our wonderful ecosystems and more specifically the creatures that inhabit our oceans. He is excited to combine his passions for fish research, conservation, and writing through the Dolphinfish Research Program during his internship with the Beyond Our Shores Foundation!

Boy Scouts of America

The Beyond Our Shores Foundation is excited to be partnering with the Boys Scouts of America based at the Brinton Environmental Center Florida National High Adventure Sea Base in Summerland Key on a summer research program where scouts will help enter data acquired through dolphinfish tagging field work into the Dolphinfish Research Program’s relational database. In doing so, Scouts will learn basic database management and coding skills, learn field tagging methods, and acquire new knowledge on fisheries and ocean research.