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ABOUT CONSTANCE

Constance Schéré is a marine conservationist and former environmental sustainability professional from Ploumanac'h, a small coastal village in Brittany, France. She has been studying the marine environment for a decade and is an advocate for stronger environmental protection of our oceans. Constance was educated in France, the United Kingdom, and the United States and currently works as a marine wildlife analyst for APEM, Ltd. In addition to her conservation work, Constance is an educator (primary through postgraduate) in natural and social sciences. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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EDUCATION

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

4SSG1008 Geography Tutorials: Critical Thinking and Techniques (Convenors: Daniel Schillereff & Christine Barnes)

5SSG2061 Geographical Research Skills (Convenors: Alexander Loftus & George Adamson)

6SSG3083 Policy and Application of Geography Research (Convenors: Kate Schreckenberg & Maud Borie)

5SSG2024 Biogeography and Ecology (Convenor: Terry Dawson)

7SSG5178 Tourism, Conservation and the Environment (Convenor: Terry Dawson)

7SSG5108 Tourism and Development (Convenor: Hanno Brankamp)

4SSG1012 The Changing Natural Environment 1 (Convenor: Bruce Malamud)

4SSG1011 Principles of Geographical Inquiry (Convenor: Phil Hubbard)

4SSG1016 Geography in Action (Convenor: Zahratu Shabrina)

King's College London

PhD Marine Conservation Biology

  • Doctoral Thesis: The role of ecosystem management in how effectively marine protected areas in the Irish Sea reach their biological conservation objectives while maintaining sustainable use.

King's College London
(2020-Present)

Tufts University
(2015)

EM 220C Sustainability (Convenor: Rich Goode)

Université de Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne

MSc Biodiversity, Territory, Environment (BIOTERRE) - Distinction

  • Master's ThesisAssessing the effectiveness of marine protected areas in the Irish Sea through public perceptions.

Sciences Po Paris

MSc Environmental Policy - Merit

University of Massachusetts - Lowell

BA History - 1st

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

  • British Ecological Society

  • Society for Conservation Biology

  • Marine Biological Association

  • Irish Ecological Association

  • Estuarine & Coastal Sciences Association

  • Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (Marine and Coastal SIG Member)

Heriot-Watt University

PgDip Marine Science - Distinction

The Open University

DipHE Biology

  • DissertationThe relationship between increased anthropogenic activity and species assemblages of tide pool organisms on resort beaches in Brittany, France.

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