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Celia Bateman

Celia Bateman

University of Oklahoma

  • Biology
  • Botany
  • Spanish

Celia is from Porter, Oklahoma, and is currently attending the University of Oklahoma as a sophomore. In her free time, she writes poetry, paints, and practices yoga. She is double majoring in Biology and Botany while minoring in African American studies. In the future, she intends to pursue a doctorate degree in Botany and conduct research on the affects of medicinal plants.

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