Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas in 1990, Albert has always been fascinated by what nature has to offer society. He graduated from North Crowley High School in 2008 and is currently attending the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He is a sophomore in the Earth & Environmental Sciences Department at UTA, majoring in Environmental Science. While taking Derek Main's Earth Systems class at UTA in the fall of 2009, he went on a class field trip to the Arlington Archosaur Site (AAS) and became interested in the project. Soon after visiting the site he became Derek's intern in the Scotese Museum fossil lab, and has been helping ever since. Albert works on preparing the AAS fossils for curation and study at UTA, as well as helping with AAS digs and other educational outreach programs. He has since taken Derek Main's Dinosaurs class at UTA and is fulfilling the natural sciences requirements for his degree. After graduating with a B.Sc. in Environmental Science, Albert wants to join the Peace Corp with hopes of working with people in South America. Albert is a student member of the Texas Paleontological Society, a bright and enthusiastic UTA student that is a valued asset to the Archosaur Site Project.
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