Science communication offers opportunities to change the trajectory of public interest, both locally and nationally, and can not only inform the future of policy but also can influence the future of science.
Katherine is a M.Sc. student at California State University Northridge examining the anthropogenic effects on nearshore environments, including the relationships between foundation species and stressors. Below are quotes from Katherine’s application to our leadership team. You can follow her on Twitter. Welcome Katherine!
Science needs both windows and mirrors. Historically, academia has served as a window into a single-sided story, filled with innovation at the expense of others. However, mirrors are necessary for equitable science. When we see ourselves reflected in the environments, curriculum, and stories told, we feel a sense of belonging and confidence.