Kate Ryan ’22 is a rower studying biology and ecology at Syracuse University. She's a driven STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) scholar who wants to solve the growing problem of mercury exposure in our waters. Before the pandemic, Ryan was among a select group of Syracuse honors students chosen to attend the prestigious Conference of the Parties to the Minimata Convention on Mercury in Geneva, Switzerland. Ryan, who has always loved being around water, shares why she's passionate about ecology and solving the mercury issue, how being a student-athlete has helped with her time management skills, the expectations for the eighth-ranked women's rowing team at the upcoming ACC championships, why she was drawn to study at and row competitively for Syracuse, and more. Give it a listen!
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