Henry Evans is a marine biologist who graduated from University of Plymouth in 2012. He completed the two man International Scott Centenary Expedition to the South Pole to celebrate the centenary of Captains Scott’s Terra Nova expedition, arriving at the Pole on the 5 January 2013. It proved to be a life-changing experience and he hopes to use this to continue to explore the world, working in marine biology and education.
Henry is a global ambassador for University of Plymouth, a writer for the Daily Telegraph, marine biologist and science communicator. He obtained a 150th scholarship from University of Plymouth for Outstanding Achievement, and was also nominated in the “Outstanding Student” category at the Vice-Chancellor's Enterprise Awards.
Henry is now sharing his experiences, by giving talks and workshops to schools, businesses and local groups across the world. Each talk is tailored for each age-group and is highly interactive.