Education Extended Beyond the Classroom with Fellowships
Class of 2013 / Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Education Extended Beyond the Classroom with Fellowships

Joe Street spent the last ten years as a scientist. He studied paleoclimatology and earned a doctorate in geological and environmental sciences from Stanford University. “I grew up on the California coast, and part of the reason I got into science was that I’ve always been fascinated by the ‘interface’ between the land and the … Continue reading

Changing Tides: Women in Policy
Class of 2013 / Fellowships

Changing Tides: Women in Policy

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Mandy Sackett completed her fellowship at the California Ocean Protection Council. The following is a guest post from Mandy. Women and the environment As consumers, producers, educators, and caretakers of their families, women play an important role in … Continue reading

Notes from Career Day: Inspiring Future Fellows
Class of 2013 / Fellowships

Notes from Career Day: Inspiring Future Fellows

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Andrea Dransfield completed her fellowship at the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. The following is a guest post from Andrea. The California Sea Grant Fellowship has meant so much to me. This past year, I’ve been working with … Continue reading

Ear to the Waves: Assessing Acoustic Energy Impacts
Class of 2013 / Fellowships

Ear to the Waves: Assessing Acoustic Energy Impacts

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Kelly Keen completed her fellowship at the California State Lands Commission. The following is a guest post from Kelly. While collecting and analyzing field data for a number of years, I became interested in how science was being … Continue reading

Life in the Boundary: A Sea Grant Fellow’s Perspective to Science Integration
Class of 2013 / Fellowships / Sea Grant News

Life in the Boundary: A Sea Grant Fellow’s Perspective to Science Integration

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Hayley Carter joined the Ocean Science Trust as a 2013 California Sea Grant Fellow and is continuing her work with OST as a Project Scientist. The following is a guest post from Hayley. Scuba diving, underwater landscapes, kelp … Continue reading