By: Kenneth Erickson. What makes a fisheries biologist qualified to communicate with Congress about satellites and space policy? The same skills that make a successful graduate student: good time management, effective communication and the ability to process and distill complex information.
A former Georgia Sea Grant Knauss fellow, long-standing outreach partner and current advisory board member, Carswell says that his collaborations with Georgia Sea Grant have been influential.
Supriti Jaya Ghosh, North Carolina's 2016 Knauss Fellow, goes below deck to meet the people driving the nation's marine transportation system.
Melissa Errend is one of Oregon Sea Grant's 2016 Knauss fellows, providing marine science expertise for Congress.
Melissa Errend is one of Oregon Sea Grant's 2016 Knauss fellows. A former Oregon Sea Grant Summer Scholar, Errend is now connecting science and policy in Congress.
A second generation of state-based fellowships brings the Knauss concept back to the other Washington
The Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship has inspired programs to start state-level marine policy fellowships. Across the country from the Knauss Fellowship, Washington Sea Grant developed the Hershman Marine Policy Fellowship.