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It’s that time of the year again! No, I’m not talking about fall — although sweater weather, hot apple cider, the changing leaves, and Halloween make this my favorite season — but the semester where Virginia Sea Grant is seeking applicants for their fellowship.
In the times of instantaneous information via social media, waiting around to read our folders or for our paper to get published is no longer the only way to get our science out there.
The challenges that crashed on our shores with the pandemic taught me a great deal about adaptation, letting go of what is out of my control, and trusting the scientific research process.
An oceanographer living in D.C. By Alessandra Burgos | 2019 Knauss Fellow The following blog post is by Alessandra (Ali) Burgos, a 2019 Sea Grant Knauss Fellow hosted by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS). Burgos is sponsored through Virginia Sea Grant and recently graduated from Old Dominion University with an M.S. in