First Female Marine Science Faculty Member

The USF College of Marine Science recently profiled Dr. Pamela Hallock Muller about her experiences being the first female marine science faculty member and a mentor to nearly 200 students and researchers.  She is an inspiration to all young women who aspire to have a career in science.

“She’s a Rosie the Riveter, a Notorious RBG, and a manuscript “whisperer” all wrapped up in one. Quietly and not so quietly, she fights for gender equality, shatters glass ceilings, and levels the playing field.” - Kristen Kusek

Click here to read the profile of Dr. Muller.

photo: USF College of Marine Science

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