B.S. in Zoology, Michigan State University, 2014
Concentration: Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology, and a specialization in Environmental Studies.
Sarah Scott is currently working for the United States Geological Survey conducting field research on honeybee health and pollinator forage and habitat quality in the Northern Great Plains. Following graduation she developed, fundraised, and co-managed a project to construct a classroom in Bigodi, Uganda. While living in Uganda, Scott developed an independent project studying honeybee heath and how a process of sugarcane distillation negatively affects honeybee populations. She plans to continue her studies and focus on human- wildlife conflict mitigation.