At the 2014 International Marine Conservation Congress, a project team including Virginia Sea Grant postgraduate fellow Amy Freitag convened a focus group to consider challenges and opportunities related to expanding citizen science in marine and coastal environments.
Virginia Sea Grant Director Troy Hartley enumerates the triumphs of the program in 2015 and looks ahead to 2016 in his annual report.
Kathleen Zaratzian will practice balancing interests in environmental law as a student in the Virginia Coastal Policy Center.
Alex Renaud will spend his Knauss Fellowship as a a navigation R&D advisor for the U.S. Army Engineering Research and Development Center.
The VCPC’s third annual climate change conference focused on the fiscal challenges of adaptation.
Knauss Fellow Monique Baskin will be an ocean acidification specialist in the Arctic Research Program of NOAA’s Climate Program Office.
Abby Lunstrum will spend her Knauss Fellowship with NOAA’s Office of International Affairs.