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Penny Howell

Assistant To Director of Development, College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences

University of Tennessee Athletics

Direct Phone: (865) ***-****       

Email: p***@***.edu

University of Tennessee Athletics

1600 Phillip Fulmer Way, Suite 200

Knoxville, Tennessee 37996

United States

Company Description

As the flagship statewide academic health system, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is focused on a four-tier mission of education, research, clinical care and public service, all in support of a single goal: to improve the health of Tenne ... more

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Background Information

Employment History



Position, Population Program
Ford Foundation

Fisheries Biologist With Marine Division
Department of Environmental Protection


Chair of the Lobster Technical Committee
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission

Board Member
Castilleja School


Mount Holyoke College

Web References (80 Total References)

Essex Land Trust

www.essexlandtrust.org [cached]

This talk by Penny Howell, Senior Fisheries Biologist, CT DEEP, Marine Fisheries Division will bring to life this remarkable and largely unknown congregation of species, describe how they live and interact in our waters, and discuss the management issues critical to their long term survival.

Untitled article - (calico lobster)

www.lobsters.org [cached]

Penny Howell, senior fisheries biologist for the state of Connecticut, said it is unusual for a lobster to molt this time of the year, noting that most lobsters molt once during the fall and once during the spring. " But the transportation (from the wild to captivity) could throw its cues off," Howell said.

"Normally it doesn't have any light, but when it is put in the light, it will start the molting process."
When a lobster molts, it is highly vulnerable to attacks, Howell said. Other lobsters often attack each other when they are molting. The legs will grow back to during several moltings, she said.

Biologist Penny Howell of ...

wshu.org [cached]

Biologist Penny Howell of Connecticut's marine fisheries division says fish migration into open water is about a month later than it's been in the last few years.

"It's actually closer to the timing that we've seen five or ten years ago," said Howell.

Potapaug Audubon Society

www.potapaugaudubon.org [cached]

Speaker: Penny Howell, a Senior Biologist with CT DEEP

February 2013: SoundWaters engages imagination of young scientists | SoundWaters

www.soundwaters.org [cached]

This year's scientist mentors were Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Engineer Lynda Fredette; EHS Analyst Christina Tolides; and EHS Water Compliance & Contractor Programs Lead Brandy Love, all from Sikorsky Aircraft; Biologist Penny Howell, from the CT DEEP Marine Fisheries Division; Assistant Research Professor of Marine Sciences Dr. Jamie Vaudrey from UConn; and Pediatric RN Eva Sanchez, from Westchester Medical Center.

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