As a student I have acquired many skills that will aid me in my future endeavors as a scientist.
Studying Geology & Geological Oceanography, Marine Biology, and Underwater Archaeology, I am a firm believer that each field of science is well intertwined and most answers can be found between the lines.
By merging my fields of study, I have been adding essential skills to build a firm path of becoming a deep-sea and polar explorer.
 

COURSES

University of Rhode Island
Deep-sea Biology
General Oceanography
Geological Oceanography
Ocean, Atmosphere, and Global Change
Openwater and Advanced Scuba Diving
Research and Survey Methods
Special Topics- Antarctica field training
The Ocean Planet
Earth Materials
Evolution
Landforms: Origin and Evolution
Problem Solving in Earth History
Readings in Petrology
Sedimentary Geology
Structural Geology
Structure of the Earth
Understanding the Earth
General Genetics
Marine Biology
Marine Ecology
Marine Environmental Physiology
Microbiology
Principles of Biology I & II with lab
Economics of Climate Change
Global Issues in Sustainable Development
Archaeology Method and Theory
Cultural Anthropology
Art History: Ancient to Medieval
History of the US to 1877
Underwater Historical Archaeology
Topics in Letters: Contemporary France
General Chemistry I & II with lab
Organic Chemistry with lab
Physics I & II w/ lab 
Natural Resource Conservation
Soil Science
Special Problems (Environmental Hazards & Response)
Communication Fundamentals
Leadership and Motivation
Introduction to Computer Programming
Research Writing
Precalculus
Applied Calculus
Calculus with Analytic Geometry
Statistics 
Aerobic Fitness and Muscular Endurance
Beginning Swin
First Aid

University of Connecticut
Principle Agriculture and Resource Economics
Maritime Culture
Latin Drama
Latin Lyric Poetry
Survey of Classical Latin Literature
Vergil and the Roman Epic

SEA Semester
Maritime History & Culture
Leadership in a Dynamic Environment
Nautical Skills
The Oceans and Global Change
Directed Oceanographic Research
Data Communication & Visualization

Continuing Education Units
American Sign Language Level I
Introduction to Hazardous Materials
Introduction to Incident Command System
ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incident
Emergency Support Function Oil & Hazardous Materials Response
Applications of GIS for Emergency Management
Environmental Management: Social-Ecological Systems
Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds
Exploring our Oceans
Introduction to Dutch
Occupational Health in Developing Countries
Our Earth's Future
Climate Change Mitigation in Developing Countries
Global Warming: Science and Modeling of Climate Change
Global Warming: Create your own models in Python
Arctic Climate
Environmental Law and Policy
Chinese for Beginners
Maps and the Geospatial Revolution
Energy, the Environment and our Future
Ocean Solutions

 SKILLS

Customer Service Skills
Patience
Team Leadership
Management
Advertising
Hospitality
Communications
Attention to Detail
Time Management
Problem Solving
International Travel

Scientific Skills
Field Work
Laboratory Work
Report Writing
Research
Side Scan Sonar
Multi-beam Echo Sounder
X-Ray Power Diffraction (XRD)
Remote Sensing
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
Polarizing Microscope
Gel electrophoresis
Bacterial culture identification
Simple and differential staining
Titration
Cell culturing
Distillation
Spectrophotometer
pH meter
Centrifugation

Computer Skills
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access)
Types 70 words per minute
Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop
Social Networking sites
E-Mail
Website Design
Internet Research
Introductory ArcGIS
Introductory QGIS
Introductory Google Earth
Introductory GeoMapApp
Introductory Tableau
Introductory Visual Basic 6.0/ C++
Knowledgable in several operating systems including Windows, Mac and Linux

Working Skills
Power Tools
Tractors
Forklift
Carpentry
Towing
Locksmithing
Seamanship

Artistic Skills
Drawing
Painting
Paper mache
Photography
Set Design