Amy Pallant is Senior Research Scientist at the Concord Consortium. She isa co-Principal Investigator on the TREET project. She is also the Principal Investigator on the High-Adventure Science project funded by the National Science Foundation with a focus on Earth's systems and using resources in a sustainable manner. She has been managing projects, developing curricula and contributing to research studies at the Concord Consortium for 14 years. She worked at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute a long time ago and has worked on collaborative educational projects with WHOI several times since then. It seems the ocean keeps calling her back.
Amy Pallant graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in Geology and completed a masters degree in Science Education from Harvard University.
"I am excited to see how ocean exploration has evolved, and how we might open up the opportunity to more and more people through the advances in telerpresence employed by the Nautilus team."