Dr. Andrij Z. Horodysky

Associate Professor
Department of Marine and Environmental Science
Hampton University

2009 PhD in Marine Science, Department of Fisheries Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
2004 M.S. in Marine Science, Department of Fisheries Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
2000 B.S. in Marine Science, Marine Biology Track, Eckerd College

Current Undergraduate Student

Sierra Williams-McLeod

Junior Biochemistry major at Hampton University

Project: The effects of CO2 exposure on auditory and visual neurobiology in a coastal fish species

Former Graduate Student

Larry Redd, Jr.

2016 M.S. in Biological Sciences from Hampton University

Thesis: Gastric evacuation and growth of aquacultured juvenile Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus)

2016 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow

Current Position: Fishery Management Specialist, Highly Migratory Species Management Division, US Department of Commerce

Former Undergraduate Students

Kendra Dorsey

2019 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Effect of CO2 exposure on auditory neurobiology in a tropical marine reef fish

Current Position: Graduate student at the University of Michigan

Olivera Stojilovic

2019 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Blinding Nemo? The “pH”ingerprints of ocean acidification on visual dysfunction in orange clownfish

Current Position: Graduate student at the University of Lund, Sweden

Krista Kraskura

2015 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Effects of feeding rate and feeding frequency on growth of juvenile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus/O. aureus)

2017 M.S. in Biological Sciences/Fish Physiology from Towson University

Current Position: PhD student at UC Santa Barbara

Malik Breland

2015 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Behavioral thermoregulation of Atlantic croaker under hypoxic and normoxic conditions

Current Position: Alaska Fisheries Observer

Elizabeth Seagroves

2012 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Visual ecophysiology of tautog (Tautoga onitis)

2018 M.S. in Forensics at Saint Leo University

Current Position: Event Coordinator, Virginia Living Museum

Kendyl Crawford

2012 B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from Hampton University

Project: Ontogeny of visual ecophysiology in black sea bass (Serranidae: Centropristis striata)

2012 Marshall Scholarship Recipient

M.S. in Environment Science and Society at University College London

2018 M.S. in Non-Profit Studies at the University of Richmond

Current Position: Director of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light