Hannah Kempf

I am interested in paleobiology and conservation science. I enjoy studying past populations’ responses to environmental change in order to shed light on modern populations under stress. For my MS thesis, I used fossil food web models to study late Ordovician shallow marine communities before and after a biotic interchange. After graduation I spent a year teaching and tutoring ENL/ESL high school students in Indianapolis, and I am passionate about improving science literacy in K-12 educational settings.