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Corey Bryant

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Location(s) Thornton Academy Upper School
Title(s) Science Teacher
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Teaching: Biology II, Physics II 

Mr. Bryant grew up in Poland, Maine and received his AS in marine biology from Southern Maine Community College, while taking additional course work at the University of Tampa in Florida. Additionally, he has a BS in environmental science and certification in GIS technologies from the University of Southern Maine. Mr. Bryant is also completing his MS in education through the University of Southern Maine, class of 2018. He has been working at Thornton Academy since March of 2017. 

Mr. Bryant has a variety of field work and laboratory experience in the fields of marine biology and environmental science, partnering with NOAA, Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, Friends of Casco Bay, University of Tampa, University of Hawaii Manoa, & University of Southern Maine, Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife. His research ranges from oceanographic data collection and analysis off the coast of Hawaii, spatial & temporal diets of rainbow smelt in the Penobscot River Estuary, water quality analysis, marine invertebrate zoology/ecology, and access to environmental education in the Casco Bay watershed.

Mr. Bryant enjoys hiking, surfing, being on the coast, and camping in his free time. You can usually find his trusty companion, Charles Darwin (american bulldog) by his side on his outdoor excursions. 

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