Overton Secures Research Fellowship


We are thrilled to congratulate Kameryn Overton, Northeast Magnet High School, 2020, on her recent graduation from Tuskegee University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Natural Resources, and Plant Sciences with a minor in Biology.

This summer, Kameryn returned to Annapolis, Maryland, to undertake a second internship with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. During this internship, she will participate in stakeholder engagement work and assist in coordinating and facilitating a community science event.

Following the summer internship, Kameryn has been selected for a role in the One Health WV Project, a one-year research fellowship in Morgantown, West Virginia. This program aims to connect recent graduates with STEM mentors and prepare them for careers in the One Health field, which integrates human, animal, and environmental health.

Kameryn will collaborate with Dr. Gregory Dahle from West Virginia University on a project investigating the relationship between urban canopy coverage, air pollution, and asthma. Kameryn shared, “I am very excited to work with Dr. Dahle in person and have the opportunity to conduct research from the One Health lens!”

Congratulations, Kameryn!

Kameryn Overton is recognized as a University Scholar!


The Timothy P. O’Shaughnessy Foundation celebrates Kameryn Overton’s hard work in being named a College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences University Scholar at Tuskegee University’s annual Scholarship Convocation. 

University Scholars are the top-ranking students in their respective colleges or schools who have completed at least 90 hours but no more than 110 hours and show exemplary personal qualities as attested by the dean of their major area. 

Congratulations, Kameryn! 

Kameryn Overton secures two-summer

Kameryn Overton to study ocean sustainability

Kameryn Overton, (Northeast Magnet School, 2020) will be participating in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Global Sustainability Scholars (GSS) program. This program is a two-summer commitment where a group of students collaborates with professors to build a project that addresses a specific theme, which this summer’s and next summer is ocean sustainability.
Kameryn will be working with Dr. Bill Dennison and Dr. Vanessa Vargas out of the University of Maryland on the Coastal Ocean Assessment for Sustainability and Transformation (COAST Card) project. Kameryn is very excited to get to work on such an amazing project and be able to see Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay for the first time!