Natalia Dusanovic graduated from the Bachelor of Science in 2017 and was awarded a place on the Dean’s Honours List. She studied a range of environmental science subjects including ecology, geography, plant science, marine ecosystems and environmental law and achieved First Class Honours.
I had the opportunity to study how environments preserve evidence of past climate change after receiving a Melbourne Global Scholars Award to undertake a palaeoclimatology field trip to New Zealand.
I received the University of Melbourne Extension Program Prize for Academic Excellence in Earth Sciences and the Argus Exhibition in Geology in 2013.
Natalia also completed a Diploma in Languages, specialising in Spanish & Latin American Studies, in 2017.
During her studies she volunteered at the University of Melbourne Herbarium and for the Green Impact program as a student assistant.
She enjoys conservation field work for environmental organisations, is passionate about the environment and sustainability and hopes to have a positive impact throughout her future career.