William Markowski

William Markowski

Career Interests

Spatial Ecology, Marine Mammal Policy, Fisheries, GIS, Conservation
Employment Sought:
Internships

Education

Master in Environmental Management, May 2019
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
Coastal Environmental Management
Selected Courses: Wildlife Surveys, Marine and Coastal GIS, Fundamentals of GIS, Statistics with R-software
 
Bachelor of Science, May 2014
Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Double Major in Marine Science and Biology, Minor in Chemistry
 

Professional Experience

Wildlife Specialist, Trutech Wildlife Management, Miami, FL
Utilized Excel to manage, organize, and service over 100 accounts throughout Southeastern Florida on a monthly basis. Educated people on the impact of a diversity of wildlife and their interconnected roles in ecosystems. Developed and implemented wildlife solutions for both private and commercial properties. Trained numerous incoming technicians on how to manage differing wildlife to operate within state regulations. September 2014 – March 2017
 
Research Assistant, Marine Science Department, University of Miami, FL  
Wrote an intensive scientific report paper based on the hemocyanin response results and scientific literature of cephalopods. Managed large data sets in Microsoft Excel to translate hemocyanin carrying capacities. Researched differing cephalopod species during diving in order to explain discrepancies in the project findings. January 2014 - August 2014
 
Veterinary Technician, Coral Gables Animal Hospital, Miami, FL  
Assisted with the medical care and treatment of dogs and cats, such as dental operations and surgery preparation, to ensure complete and holistic treatment. Aided in the daily care of the animals, including walking, feeding, and grooming. Maintained a sterile clinic by routinely cleaning work surfaces, equipment, and kennels. April 2013 – Feb 2014
 
Workshop Leader, Biology Department, University of Miami, FL  
Led supplemental teaching sessions on current topics in Evolutionary Biology to a group of 15 students. Created teaching outlines, set learning objectives, and devised study guides for the workshop group, in order to strengthen their understanding of selected topics in the class. January 2013 – May 2013

Additional Information

• Editor with the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum
• Coastal Society Member at Duke University
• Field Trainer Leadership Certification through Trutech Wildlife Management
• Eagle Scout Certification

Skills

ecology
fisheries science and policy
GIS

Graduation Date

May 2019

Additional Resources

Preferred Location

Mid-Atlantic
Northeast
Southeast
West

Preferred Sector

Academic Institution
Consulting
Federal Government
Law / Legal
Non-profit / NGO
State / Local Government