2017 MSc, Ecology and Environment Studies, Nalanda University, Bihar
2015 BSc, Environmental Science and Psychology, DSVV, Haridwar
States: Uttarakhand, Bihar, Karnataka
Cities: Haridwar, Rajgir, Bengaluru
Languages: English, Hindi
Swarnika Sharma is an environmental researcher with varied interest areas, including urban ecology, animal-human interactions and dog cognition. She completed Research Assistantship on a NATCOM project on Wildlife-Human Conflict and Climate Change at Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. She has also written popular science columns for The Weather Channel (weather.com).
Swarnika is currently volunteering actively with the Charlie’s Animal Rescue Centre, Bengaluru. She interned with the Pyro Technologies, Bengaluru during her Masters.
At IIHS, Swarnika is interning with the Practice team.