Halle Marchese

Science Writer Intern

Halle Marchese profileHalle Marchese is the Florida Museum’s science writer intern. She is currently studying English and pursuing a minor in marine science at the University of Florida. A Pennsylvania native, she has loved reading and writing since she was a little kid.

Although she spends her time at the museum writing about science and the researchers that make it happen, she hopes that her writing can reveal the deeper stories that lie behind the data – those that connect us to the processes that make our Earth systems tick.

Her favorite books are “The Phantom Tollbooth” by Norton Juster and “The Elements of Style” by William Strunk, Jr. and E.B. White.

Newest Articles by Halle

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In Gabon with a professional frog-catcher

University of Florida Ph.D. student Gregory Jongsma has been obsessed with Africa’s wildlife since his childhood. Not the animals you might ...
man showing fossil tooth to his young daughter

Alumni Q&A: Angelo Soto-Centeno

"I think one thing from the Florida Museum that I’ll always take with me is how approachable my collaborators were and how they had a genuin...