State Fellow: ‘I’ve found my mountain’
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

State Fellow: ‘I’ve found my mountain’

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Nicole Bobco is currently completing her fellowship at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The following is a guest post from Nicole. “You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so… get … Continue reading

Junior Attorney Learns to Mesh Science and Policy
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Junior Attorney Learns to Mesh Science and Policy

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Anthony Shiao is currently completing his fellowship at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The following is a guest post from Anthony. My Morning Routine 9:00 am: combing through a week-old e-mail exchange with an environmental scientist … Continue reading

Bridging the Disconnect Between Scientists and Managers
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Bridging the Disconnect Between Scientists and Managers

Sea Grant Fellows Lauren Bernadett, Karen Kayfetz, and Liz Parissenti attended the OPC-SAT meeting in June. In this post, they explain why the California Sea Grant Fellowship program allowed them to take advantage of the opportunities that arise from the disconnects between scientists and managers. In the beginning of June, we attended the biannual Ocean … Continue reading

State Fellow: ‘I was looking for a skill set beyond my scientific training’
Class of 2013 / Fellowships

State Fellow: ‘I was looking for a skill set beyond my scientific training’

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Bethany Baibak completed her fellowship at the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Natural Resources Division. The following is a guest post from Bethany. As a biology graduate student at Humboldt State University and a field biologist who … Continue reading

Conference Planning: It’s More Work Than You Think
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Conference Planning: It’s More Work Than You Think

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Evyan Borgnis is currently completing her fellowship at the California Coastal Conservancy. The following is a guest post from Evyan. Throughout my research career, I have attended, presented and volunteered at more than twelve scientific conferences ranging from … Continue reading

Marine Policy Fellowship Baits Environmental Lawyer
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Marine Policy Fellowship Baits Environmental Lawyer

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Lauren Bernadett began her fellowship in March at the California State Lands Commission. The following is a guest post from Lauren. I went to law school to be an environmental lawyer. I clerked for the Attorney General’s Land Law … Continue reading

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