Mari N. Jensen began her journalism career at age eight by publishing the Manor Woods Journal, a one-girl neighborhood newpaper. After earning a MS in ecology from the University of Arizona, she ran a program that encouraged minority high school students to pursue math and science. Writing about science for the Albquerque Tribune as a 1995 Mass Media Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science showed her how to combine journalism with her science background. She completed an MS in natural resources from the University of Airzona in August 1996 and joined the Program in September. She will write about science this summer for the "Discoveries" section of the Dallas Morning News.
Sondra W. Cohelan has been actively creating representations of nature her entire life. As an adult she had the opportunity to actively pursue the formal study of art as a discipline. She graduated from UCSC in 1990. With a BA in Fine Art.
Sondra has volunteered her time to help bring publicity to other artists in the Santa Cruz area and has served as the Co-President and slide librarian for the Monterey Bay Women's Caucus for the Arts. In the Fall of '96 she decided to further challenge herself as an artist when she entered the Graduate Program in Natural Science Illustration at UCSC. This fall Sondra will be interning at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C.
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