Princeton, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Fellowship Sponsor: Heising-Simons Foundation
Fellowship Site: NOVA Next
I am an Alaskan, tropical ecologist, and graduate student at Princeton finishing up a Ph.D. in ecology and evolutionary biology. My dissertation research focuses on large-scale tropical forest restoration, asking what specific lessons we can learn from the world’s largest single tropical forest restoration project, the Área de Conservación Guanacaste in Costa Rica, as well what sorts of policies and resources we need to activate more broadly to achieve our international conservation, climate, and habitat restoration goals. Though it means missing out on prime backpacking, fishing, and exploring time in Land of the Midnight Sun, I’m over the moon to be paired with NOVA Next in Boston this summer.
Fellowship publications at NOVA Next
6/12/2018 Cure or Carcinogen? CRISPR-Cas9 May Cause Cancer
6/18/2018 In a First, Scientists Discover Oceanic Manta Ray Nursery
6/29/2018 Clever Chemistry Could Capture Carbon Dioxide While Producing Hydrogen Fuel
7/12/2018 Blazar-Made Intergalactic Ghost Heralds New Era in Astronomy
7/12/2018 The Coral Reefs We Depend On Most May Fall First
7/14/2018 How the Magnus Force Curves Soccer and Baseballs
7/23/2018 Female Science YouTube Hosts Really Do Get Nastier Comments
7/25/2018 Miles of Water Found on Mars. Could It Support Life?