Erynn Dayhoff '12

Environmental Science

Erynn Dayhoff

Erynn Marshall Dayhoff graduated in 2012 from the Environmental Science program. During her time at FSU, Erynn interned for the American Chestnut Tree Foundation and volunteered her time doing field work for an alpine pond ecology research project on Mount Wachusett.  After graduation, she went to work as an Environmental Scientist for Oxbow Associates, Inc. in Boxborough, MA.  Among her responsibilities were vernal pool investigations, rare and endangered plant and animal assessments, and wetland delineations. Additionally, she prepared GIS-based plan materials and maps.  Erynn also carried out wildlife studies for several of Massachusetts state-listed species, and prepared local, state, and federal wetland and environmental permit documents and represented the projects at municipal hearings across the Commonwealth. Erynn has also returned frequently to FSU as a guest lecturer.