Susannah Clary

Research Challenge Alumni Panel

Recorded Saturday February, 13th 2021

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Susannah Clary is an Archaeologist/Biologist working in the Public Improvement Infrastructure Sector working on various local, state and Federal projects to sustain local environmental and cultural resources while bringing improvements to the public's infrastructure. After three award-winning years at ISEF in fisheries biology, Susannah secured a U. S. Patent and has since sold some of her devices to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska for continued research in that field. Since ISEF and college, Susannah has spent years doing remote archaeological fieldwork throughout the Southwestern United States. Susannah is the Junior Animal Sciences Judge Chair for CNMRC and has dedicated 14 years to volunteering for UNM STEM-H programs through the Research Challenge to encourage the next generation to contribute to the field of science. When Susannah isn't busy with archaeology, she's busy being a new mom. She lives on a farm with her family cultivating fields of alfalfa, and raising various species of rescued livestock from llamas to donkeys.