From a childhood split between the dry mountains of Colorado and the humid forests of Georgia, Jack came to Stanford with a passion for water and no clear academic direction. After competing on the varsity swim team for two years, Jack finally found a way to bring his love for water into his scholastic life through the Earth Systems program. As an undergraduate, Jack's coursework included marine biology, ecology, and conservation with a focus on coastal ocean ecosystems, in particular the coral reefs of Hawaii and the kelp forests of central California. Through his Earth Systems Masters Degree, Jack will develop his ability to measure, quantify, and analyze the processes and ecosystem services of our invaluable marine resources. As Head TA, Jack hopes to combine his appreciation for the natural world with his keen interest in teaching by working to engage and inspire students through interdisciplinary environmental education.
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