Hometown: Westlake Village, California
- Presented on the American Dipper at Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research
- United States Geological Survey Internship
- Collaborated with the National Parks Service and Fish and Wildlife
- Field Research Experiences and Coauthoring a Year-Long Stream Biodiversity and Geomorphology Project
- Climbing Club
- Behavioral Ecology Lab
- Malibu Beach Cleanups
- Waves of Flags
"I am a leader of the Behavioral Ecology Lab this year and led the United States Geological Survey this past summer, adding my mark to a 30-year-long database studying the California newt-one of the most toxic animals on the planet! Pepperdine's well-rounded curriculum has equipped me with the tools needed to thrive in a field that I love, preparing me to work with parks and rec, fish and wildlife, or other sustainable future outlets."
Nolan's participation in the Behavioral Ecology Lab has prepared him for a career in a field he is passionate about.