Lindsey Slaughter - 2009 Golden Opportunity Scholar

Lindsey Slaughter PictureLindsey Slaughter is a student in the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee at Martin. She is majoring in Environmental Management. Lindsey is a senior and plans on graduating in May 2010.
 
Her study focuses mainly on environmental conservation and soil science.
Lindsey Slaughter is a student in the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee at Martin. She is majoring in Environmental Management. Lindsey is a senior and plans on graduating in May 2010.
 
Her study focuses mainly on environmental conservation and soil science. She served as a soil conservationist trainee in the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) during the summer of 2009. She is also devoting her senior project as a University Scholar to researching the newly established composting operation at UTM while working with Dr. Paula Gale of the UTM Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
 
She has served as a student ambassador for the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, in addition to numerous committee chair positions for student organizations in which she is active. Lindsey is an officer in the UTM chapter of the Tennessee Wildlife Society, a member of the Soil Judging team and a member of the University Scholars Organization, the highest honors program awarded at UT Martin.
 
She plans either on going to graduate school or pursuing a career in conservation planning. Her goal is to become a conservation planner or environmental consultant for a government institution or private industry.