Hello! I’m Mary, the new science communications intern at the Alaska SeaLife Center. I often close my eyes and imagine the ocean….a far off place with one hundred different shades of blue, an open space as deep as 36,000 feet, an endless array of meaning filled with unknown creatures and discoveries to be made. I […]Read More ANOTHER PIECE OF THE PUZZLE
Say hello to the summer 2018 ASLC research fellows! Kathryn Hello! My name is Kathryn Appler, and I am a research fellow this summer at the Alaska SeaLife Center. I graduated from Coe College with a BA in Biology and Sociology. During my undergraduate career, I completed a scholar’s thesis on biofilm architecture of Shewanella […]Read More Welcome Summer 2018 Research Fellows!
Greetings! My name is Philina Richardson and I am a science outreach fellow at the Alaska SeaLife Center this summer. My primary objective this summer is to develop an outreach website for the Pacific Sleeper Shark Project. To help support this objective (and to shed some light on the nature of outreach and why it’s […]Read More From the Fellow Series: Introductions
Meet the 2017 Research Fellows: where they came from and what they are working on here at the ASLC!Read More Introducing our Summer Research Fellows!
Read about Casey Brown’s transition from studying moose in Fairbanks to Steller sea lions in Seward.Read More A Moose Biologist’s Journey to the Sea