Hannah Ehrmann

Hannah Ehrmann

Research Specialist
Role
Research Staff
Email
Hannah.ehrmann@tamucc.edu
Office Number
HRI 315
Phone Number
Fax Number
Education
B.S. Environmental Studies, Gettysburg College (2014)
M.S. Environmental Science, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi (2017)

Hannah Ehrmann completed her Master’s degree at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi under Dr. Paul Montagna in May 2017, and now works as a Research Specialist at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies.  Her Master’s thesis focused on the effects of small changes in salinity on benthic communities and estuarine health.  Hannah completed her bachelor’s degree at Gettysburg College, and subsequently worked as an invertebrate field technician with New Jersey Audubon and an intern for Dr. Just Cebrian at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab before coming to Corpus Christi for graduate school.  As an undergraduate Hannah got her start in benthic ecology as the advisee of Dr. John Commito, and as an REU Intern at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Dr. Linda Schaffner’s benthic taxonomy lab.