Fellows in the News
Outdoor school uses nature to teach students to thrive
“My favorite thing to say is that you can't protect anything until you love it,” says school co-founder Fellow Jen-Osha Buysse.
Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership
Scientists as citizens with rapid environmental change
Fellow Natalya Gallo spoke at TEDxUCSD and posted on the COMPASS website about her path in science communications.
Dr. Katalyn (Kate) Voss, who grew up as an active member of the Surfrider Foundation in southern California, has always been interested in grass-roots organization and advocacy around environmental issues. Now as an AGU Congressional Sciece Fellow, Voss is excited to have arrived at the nexus of science, society and politics. “Maybe this is the geographer in me coming out,” says Voss, “since we’re trained to think across scales of space and time, I see this coming year working on the Hill as a perfect convergence of all these different spatial scales of policy and science.”