On February 28th, People of Scientific and Equitable Achievement — a student-directed initiative in support of inclusion, diversity, and equity in the sciences — will hold a free online discussion of personal journeys to becoming marine and environmental scientists.
Research suggests that no amount of data alone will easily convince anyone to leave home — and this has important implications for “managed retreat” and risk communication.
“To any undergraduate reading this, my word of advice to you would be to not be afraid to reach out and ask for help finding an internship or research position. Educators and scientists want to help you learn.”
The National Sea Grant Office’s Community Engaged Internships are available this summer for undergraduates who are from under-resourced, underrepresented, or indigenous and tribal populations.
In-depth conversations propel the work of a Knauss Fellow from North Carolina.