Current Student Researchers

Liam Chamberlin, Media Development Intern 

Liam Chamberlin is a second-year undergraduate student at Loyola Marymount University. He is a Screenwriting major with potential minors in English and Environmental Studies. Liam grew up in rural northeastern Washington, just outside the town of Republic. An avid skier and hiker, Liam plans to pursue his passion for the outdoors in his career as well as his personal life. He has joined CURes in order to contribute to environmental action and restorative justice on the LMU campus, in the greater Los Angeles area, and around the world.

Rebecca Davenport, Independent Research Student, Social Science 

Rebecca Davenport is a sophomore at LMU from Caldwell, New Jersey. She is studying Biology and Environmental Science, with a focus in Wildlife Conservation. She hopes that her research at CURes will further her experience and interest in animal conservation. Rebecca previously was a work study student for the Long Beach Coyotes project.

DeLisa Madere, Independent Research Student, Coyote Assessment in Long Beach 

DeLisa is a junior at Loyola Marymount University from Los Angeles, CA. She is a Biology Major and a Dance Minor. She works with CURes as an independent researcher along with Student Employment Services as an Office Coordinator. She has a love for animals as well as a passion for helping others and hopes to combine both of these aspects in a future career.

Grace Riggs, Independent Research Student, Coyote Assessment in Long Beach 

Grace grew up on Vashon Island, Washington and is currently a sophomore Biology major on the pre-med track. In addition to working for CURes, she also works as a tech in the Life Sciences stockroom and plays the French horn for a chamber ensemble in the music department.

Matt Sheridan, Independent Research Student, Coyote Assessment in Long Beach 

Matt grew up in Saratoga, California before coming to Los Angeles to attend LMU. He is a senior Biology major and he is interested in attending medical school after receiving his B.S. degree. Matt is an independent research student for CURes and an executive board member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.