A clean, tidy office lies at the end of the secured hallway. A bobble head turtle sits in the middle of a shelf. Underneath, magazines sport mighty Komodo Dragons on their covers.
Jill Stewart came to UNC for her Master’s and Ph.D. She is now the deputy director of the UNC Galapagos Program and an associate professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering. During the summers, Stewart travels to the UNC Science Center in the Galapagos to guide students in their scientific research.
“I love bring down there,” said Stewart, during an interview last Monday. “You can see a living laboratory right in front of you.” Read more.