Blog


19 August 2020

The Evolution of Mentoring

One of the major aspects of this fellowship has been mentoring. Not only has my official mentor, Susan Rosebrough, been a tremendous influence and provided invaluable guidance, but so have so many others. I have…
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19 August 2020

Programming in a Pandemic

The majority of my time working with the Tennessee RiverLine and now halfway through my fellowship has been devoted to the creation, development and implementation of a program called the Tennessee RiverTowns. This program in…
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15 August 2020

Better than Master of One

Jack of all trades, Master of none… Graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree, I believed that I would be plunged into a world of beakers, lab experiments, data, and the coveted day out in…
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14 August 2020

Going with the Flow in 2020

Rivers have a way of captivating and fascinating any onlooker. They weave and wind, create landscapes of their own, offer oases for flora and fauna, and can either be an exhilarating whitewater experience or a…
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12 August 2020

Hiking the Continental Divide Trail

When I first started my fellowship with the National Park Service I had just left a job where I was living outdoors for over half the month, I had worked there for close to two…
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