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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

Seafood Specialist Retiree Elected to the International Academy of Food Science and Technology
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Seafood Specialist Retiree Elected to the International Academy of Food Science and Technology

Pamela Tom selected as an outstanding food scientist and technologist by premier global organization La Jolla, Calif., April 02, 2014 – California Sea Grant Seafood Specialist retiree Pamela Tom has been elected as a Fellow to the International Academy of Food Science and Technology (IAFoST). IAFoST elects new Fellows every two years, and among the … Continue reading

Findings from San Diego Dockside Fishing Markets Feasibility Study to be Presented
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Findings from San Diego Dockside Fishing Markets Feasibility Study to be Presented

Researchers to report results at Fish Public during Slow Food Urban San Diego mixer San Diego, Calif., March 18, 2014 – In partnership with Slow Food Urban San Diego, Dr. Theresa Talley of the California Sea Grant Extension Program at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, and University of San Diego professor … 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
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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

One Fellow’s Unexpected Rise to (Social Media) Royalty
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One Fellow’s Unexpected Rise to (Social Media) Royalty

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Ariadne Reynolds completed her fellowship at the California State Coastal Conservancy. The following is a guest post from Ariadne. At the start of my California Sea Grant State Fellowship, I walked into the State Coastal Conservancy office armed … Continue reading

A Fellow’s Foolproof Formula to a Noteworthy First Week: Dive Right In
Class of 2014 / Fellowships / Sea Grant News

A Fellow’s Foolproof Formula to a Noteworthy First Week: Dive Right In

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Sean Herron recently began his fellowship at the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. The following is a guest post from Sean. Having recently completed my master’s degree at UC Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, … Continue reading