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Growing into Our Roles as Digital Citizens

by Sanjana Roy, DLINQ Intern My experience of creating an identity on the web started out with my first Yahoo email account at the age of 9. I was gifted a shiny, pink iPod shuffle on my 10th birthday, my first personal relationship in what was to beco…

Science as a Form of Storytelling

by Jiaqi Li, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science & Geology Joint Major (This is a collaborative personal storytelling project between DLINQ Intern Cyborg project and an assignment for Writing on Contemporary Issues (fall 2020)) In computer science, an o…

Internship Wrap Up

Last week my internship with NOAA officially ended. It feels like if flew by in a matter of weeks not months. What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? By the end of my internship, I wrote an extensive research paper containing the following: a comprehensive literature review […]

A Dab of Data Visualization

by Jiaqi Li, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science & Geology Joint Major The efforts powered by human curiosity and an innate need to understand the world, for lack of a better term, underlie all scientific explorations. That is precisely why science is, …

End of Fellowship Reflection

And just like that my fellowship with the Ocean Protection Council is over! It was a great summer and now I can reflect back on the work I completed. What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? This summer I wrote a white paper on how sea level […]

As the Summer Ends…

Sadly my summer internships have come to a close and I will use this final blog post to reflect on my experience. What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? I am very proud project I completed with the Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions. I created a master […]

Blue Carbon Mapping and Carbon Markets

It is truly incredible how quickly time flies. I have recently moved onto the next phase of my internship mapping the seagrass, kelp, and salt marsh extents in the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. Most of my time has been spent trying to find alternative datasets to make sure all known habitat extents are included […]

There and Back Again

And just like that, we’ve reached the dog days of summer! I say this in every post (and every check in meeting I had during my internship), but I really can’t believe how fast time has just flown by. I’ve gone running out the door, off on my new adventure and made it all the […]

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