Jenna Crowe-Riddell is a finalist for Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards

Jenna Crowe-Riddell is a finalist for the University of Adelaide STEM Award, in the Channel 9 Young Achievers Award.
These awards highlight and award young people for significant contributions in their categories.

There is a people’s choice component of these awards: so please vote for her through this Facebook poll

Jenna is currently completing her PhD with Dr Kate Sanders on the senses of sea snakes.
She was a Fulbright scholar in 2016, she has contributed to eScience, her work has been covered inn Science DailyAustralian GeographicCosmos Magazine which lead to a publication in the top 5% of Altmetric data.
Jenna is also a comedian and performed to 400 people as a State Finalist in RAW Comedy and is passionate about keeping the community informed through her blog. She has presented keynotes for the SA Museum and CSIRO’s program for high achieving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and is one of the 2017 SA Fresh Scientists.

We wish Jenna the best of luck at the awards in May!

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