March 24, 2021

The importance of (sometimes shameless) self-promotion

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.
February 9, 2021

Riding the waves of scientific research amid a pandemic

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.
November 25, 2020

A little blue marble in Washington, D.C.

“Hi!” I exclaimed, “I’m Amanda Laverty. I’m a Sea Grant Knauss Fellow working with the NOAA Marine Debris Program. I admire you so much for everything you’ve contributed to science and to the world. Thank you for all that you do.”
November 1, 2019

An oceanographer living in D.C.

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May 11, 2018

Pinnacle of Lifelong Interest
2017 Knauss Fellow becomes “go-to” expert on all things marine

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April 25, 2018

Confidence, Validation, Success, Gratitude:
2017 Commonwealth Fellow grows, makes impact

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August 28, 2017

New Opportunities:
A Knauss fellow’s professional development experience

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June 14, 2017

Many Suits:
2017 Knauss Fellow reports for Congress, meets Hurricane Hunters

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May 11, 2017

Mentoring Young Scientists Program
Benefits from VASG Graduate Fellow Outreach

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April 20, 2017

Dip, Dig,
Crunch and Rise

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April 5, 2017

Exploring the
World of Policy

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January 4, 2017

A Wetlands Walk
with Joe Morina

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