Rebuilding for Both of Us

Posted Posted in health, writing

Not to be dramatic or anything, but two days after returning from our honeymoon, I got a text from my husband that changed our lives: I need you to drive me to the ER. A knee to the jaw during jujitsu split Kevin’s lip, but the ER doctor was more concerned about his concussion symptoms, […]

Rule of Three for Survival

Posted Posted in writing

You’re out hiking and get a little turned around. Before you know it, night has fallen and you’re completely lost. Your cell phone lost service hours ago so you’re not sure if you’re 3 miles or 30 miles from your campsite. You realize you’re sleeping out in the wild tonight. What should you do first?  […]

DPMI

Posted Posted in MIIS, writing

First things first… what’s with all the acronyms at MIIS? Oh man, I just used another one! Seriously though, the school has an acronym (MIIS), my degree has an acronym (IEP) and this cool program I did over my j-term has an acronym (DPMI). But what exactly does it mean? Well, I’m glad you asked… Development Project […]

Without a Trace…

Posted Posted in CBE, MIIS, Science, writing

It’s officially here! All my hard work this summer has come together in one report that was printed and announced yesterday! Without a Trace II: An Updated Summary of Traceability Efforts in the Seafood Industry can be downloaded using that link or on this page. It’s an expanded (50 pages, to be exact) version of […]

Guest blogger for FishWise

Posted Posted in CBE, MIIS, writing

I wrote a guest post for the FishWise blog! My post was a review of the journal article entitled “Global Cooperation among Diverse Organizations to Reduce Illegal Fishing in the Southern Ocean.” As it turns out, collaboration between diverse organizations can go a long way toward addressing international governance issues. In fact, the authors ended by […]