New articles published in Sea Star magazine

From October 2017 - March 2018, I worked as the science communications fellow at Washington Sea Grant. During this time, I learned some great lessons from the communications team at WSG while building my writing and communications portfolio. In addition to social media campaigns and outreach, I had the opportunity to write and publish three articles in the quarterly magazine Sea Star:

- "A small oyster poised for a big comeback," detailing UW research on advance restoration of the Olympia oyster.

- "Researchers document salmon diversity using ancient DNA," which recounts WSU research showing loss of genetic diversity among northwestern salmon using exciting techniques.

- "The faces of Washington Sea Grant workshops," an article that introduces some of WSG's most prolific workshop instructors and how their lives have impacted their teaching.

You can find this articles on the Washington Sea Grant webpage or by reading the web version of Sea Star. Many thanks to the great folks at WSG for this experience!