Aadil Rahman, UF ’23
TESI Environmental Leaders Network Intern
Aadil Rahman is an undergraduate student at the University of Florida pursuing a Bachelor of Science in zoology with a minor in sociology. In his career, Aadil hopes to combine his knowledge of zoology and sociology to advocate for environmental justice issues as well as to bridge the gap in science communication.
Outside of TESI, he is involved in research that looks at how agricultural management practices impact soil microbes and arthropods. His academic interests include ecological and global changes. In his free time, he enjoys exploring natural areas in his community along with exploring new places to eat. He also enjoys writing poetry, lifting weights, and reading.
Read Articles by Aadil:
Arctic Exposed: What Greenland Can Tell Us About Water’s Future in a Changing World
Greenland’s ice is melting at an increasing rate, transforming previously ice-covered landscapes exposed and making way for new ecosystems to flourish.
Florida’s Environment: 13 Stories to Watch for February
To pair with the rest of our educational content in each Earth to Florida newsletter, we bring you monthly updates on statewide environmental news.
Tell Me About: Goldline Snakehead
The goldline snakehead, an invasive air-breathing fish, has been documented for the first time in the Gulf Coast region.
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