Originally from France, Bryan Redden is a fourth-year Natural Resource conservation major within the School of Forestry & Resource Conservation. He is on track to receive his Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Conservation in 2016. His interests range from biology to sustainability to global issues and beyond.
This past summer in fact, he spent 2 weeks at Seahorse Key Marine Lab in Cedar Key completing an independent research project and presentation in relation to black mangrove growth and gas exchange. Outside of school work, Bryan enjoys ultimate Frisbee and has spent 2 years on the UF Ultimate team, even making it to Nationals in 2013. Otherwise, he’s spent time in various clubs such as the Surfrider Foundation and the Marine Biology Club.
His future aspirations include going out of state to obtain a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy & Public Administration and hopes to work with well-established NGO’s and state governments to develop more effective policy for progressive environmental stewardship.