Hannah Clark

Graduate Student - Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology

Email Hannah or 541-567-6337 x107

It has been very rewarding to be a NIFA fellow at OSU HAREC.  I had the opportunity to work with an interdisciplinary group of scientists researching different aspects of agriculture and the environment.  This collaboration was important not only for my personal research projects but also for my development as a scientist.  I found it very valuable to connect with the NIFA group through classes, meetings, and extension activities.  The NIFA fellowship at OSU HAREC offered an experience that I don’t think I could easily find on OSU’s main campus.  I think that the professional collaboration that was fostered through this program will last throughout our careers as scientists…Hannah Clark”


B.S. Biology, minor in Environmental Studies, 2010: State University of New York at Geneseo

M.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University. Expected Graduation - Winter 2016


Neil Armantrout Graduate Fellowship $2,550 (2015): awarded to a full-time graduate student conducting research on wild salmon or fisheries habitat improvement, excluding aquaculture.

Munson Wildlife Graduate Travel Scholarship $611 (2014): awarded to a full-time graduate student with an interest in interdisciplinary natural resources management and research. Oregon resident preferred. May be used for travel, supplies, etc.

Sunriver Anglers Club Scholarship $1,000 (2014): awarded to full-time graduate students conducting research on fish or habitat ecology in Eastern Oregon. Preference to Oregon residents.

USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Graduate Fellowship (2013-2015)




HOMETOWN: Marcellus, New York