Lola Renauer, M.P.S.
Contaminants of Emerging Concern Graduate Assistant
Employed by the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium since 2023.
About Lola Renauer
Lola is working with the coastal environmental quality program team to create a competitive and comprehensive research program in the Southeast, focusing on the influence of climate change on contaminants of emerging concern. She also supports extension specialists with program coordination, outreach, and engagement efforts.
Lola received her B.S. degree in Marine Science from Coastal Carolina University and her M.P.S. degree in Marine Conservation from the University of Miami. As a current second-year doctoral student in the department of environmental health sciences at the University of South Carolina, she is exploring her research interests involving the use of common bottlenose dolphin photo-identification and stranding data to identify health implications in connection to climate change.