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Meet Our Science to Action Fellows

Meet our current and former Science to Action Fellows! 

The Science to Action Fellowship provides graduate students with an opportunity to directly apply their science to real-world challenges. In collaboration with their mentors, fellows develop policy- and management-relevant projects related to climate change impacts on fish, wildlife, ecosystems, and communities. Over the years, Science to Action fellow projects have spanned ecosystems ranging from estuaries to mountains, covered topics from wildfire to streamflow to fisheries, and have resulted in decision-support tools such as interactive maps, web apps, and prioritization frameworks. Examples of fellow projects include developing a drone-based methodology for detecting fire risk in chaparral ecosystems for land managers, identifying high conservation priority river reaches in drought-prone basins to support water resources and fisheries managers, and assessing tribal rangeland management approaches in collaboration with the Navajo Nation.  

Explore interviews with our fellows to learn more about the fellowship experience!


Current Fellows

Former Fellows