Animas High School graduate to take a trip back in time

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Animas High School graduate to take a trip back in time

Watson Fellow recipient wants to popularize Cambrian explosion
Ellie Ellis, who graduated from Pitzer College this year with a degree in geology and environmental analysis, is spending a year studying the Cambrian explosion with her Watson Fellowship.
Ellie Ellis credits her academic success to the foundation she received at Animas High School. She recently turned down a Fulbright Scholarship and accepted a Watson Fellowship, which will provide her with $30,000 to study her passion, the Cambrian explosion, with an aim of popularizing the geologic period with children.

Animas High School graduate to take a trip back in time

Ellie Ellis, who graduated from Pitzer College this year with a degree in geology and environmental analysis, is spending a year studying the Cambrian explosion with her Watson Fellowship.
Ellie Ellis credits her academic success to the foundation she received at Animas High School. She recently turned down a Fulbright Scholarship and accepted a Watson Fellowship, which will provide her with $30,000 to study her passion, the Cambrian explosion, with an aim of popularizing the geologic period with children.
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