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What a Conference Can Do

As a NOAA Fellow, I’m lucky enough to have professional development funds. This means that careful planning on my part […]

Environment Hall – Inside scoop!

Mable chestnut leaf inlay in the first floor of Environment Hall.

All of us here at Duke have been looking at it for ages now and we’ve heard many great things […]

The Golden Chub

Maui, Hawaii.   “There are some big drab fish, called ‘grey chubs’,” Justin told me, abruptly changing topics, and I […]

Storytelling: Better Late than Never

First, I must apologize for the delay in my second CERF post. Work has been busy and the holidays have […]

Reporting Back from CERF 2013

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It was dark, cold, and still when my alarm sounded and I groggily stumbled from bed. No one should be […]

How to Tag a Shark (and keep all your fingers)

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Grad school has been a freight train. Fall break flew by, and we’re registering for spring courses. Which is why […]

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