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Camille Goblet

The Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation (SMSC) is pleased to announce Camille Goblet has been awarded the 2018 Jacquemin Family Foundation Fellowship. Ms. Goblet earned her BS in Zoology from Oregon State University and an MS in Biomedical Science from Texas A & M University. She will pursue doctoral studies in Environmental Science and Public Policy at George Mason University. Ms. Goblet’s research explores the genetic analysis of various black rhino subpopulations, which will aid in future management and conservation efforts for this critically endangered species.

With gratitude to the Jacquemin Family Foundation for their generosity, we congratulate Camille Goblet on her selection and look forward to her achievements at Mason.

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