KER Intern Spotlight: Aline BouquetBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · August 22, 2016
From the Swiss Alps to the Bluegrass, Kentucky Equine Research (KER) is happy to welcome Aline Bouquet as a year-long intern.
Aline was sitting on horses before she could walk. She has been around them her whole life, which explains her passion for helping horses.
Aline attended Writtle College, a partner of the University of Essex in England. She earned her BSc honors degree in equine science, focusing on behavior and welfare. While there, her dissertation about tannin concentrations in alfalfa received the best grade in the school’s history.
During her internship with KER, Aline hopes to gain lots of field research experience with collecting and analyzing data. She would like to use this experience to obtain a master’s degree or doctorate in equine nutrition.
Aline also enjoys learning about human nutrition.
Interested in being a KER intern? Click here for details.