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You can take the person out of the natural area…

Theresa Crimmins, 2019-2020 Fellow. This piece was first published on Springer Nature Sustainability Community. "...But you can’t take the nature out of the person. Citizen science phenologists are persisting in observing, despite COVID-19 disruptions in site…
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What do allergies, blueberries and the Masters Tournament have in common? Early spring

Theresa Crimmins, 2019-2020. This piece was first published on The Hill. "If you live in the Southern or Mid-Atlantic states, you are most likely well aware that this winter was very mild. January 2020 was the…
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Cockroaches are better than any of your exes. So why let a zoo name one after a person you hate?

Catherine Bartlett, 2018-2019 Fellow. This piece was first published by NBC Think. "In an effort to help animal lovers exact a modicum of revenge from their terrible exes during a season that celebrates couplehood, a number…
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Speak up about subtle sexism in science

Tricia Serio, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This piece was first published in Nature, "Female scientists face everyday, often-unintentional microaggression in the workplace, and it won't stop unless we talk about it, says Tricia Serio..."
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