News & Blogs


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

Frolicking in the Wilderness for Bumblebees

I was lucky enough to receive clearance to complete field work for my Directorate Fellowship project in Week 6 of the program (see West Nile and Sage-grouse). However, I was able to take a break…
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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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18 August 2020

Latino Conservation Week 2020 in Massachusetts

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) created Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra (LCW) to support the Latino community getting outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources. This year I hosted an…
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18 August 2020

Reflections of a Stay-At-Home Fellow

When I started my fellowship at the USFWS HQ in January, I had no idea how the vision I had for the year would change and evolve. I expected to take advantage of being in…
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18 August 2020

Virtual Teamwork

The best part of this virtual internship has been working with people across the country, even though working virtually has been a learning experience that takes plenty of patience. I’ve been working on publishing my…
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