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Greetings everyone, my name is Marquise White and I am from Waldorf Maryland. I am currently a Senior at Frostburg State University where I am pursuing a degree in Wildlife & Fisheries, and minoring in Biology and French. As a child, I was always outside...

My name is Elizabeth. I was born and raised in southern California. I studied Conservation Resource Studies with a minor in Forestry in northern California and just graduated! I love being outdoors hiking, swimming, or even just sitting under the shade of a tree. This...

Laura Palma reporting for duty! Destination: US Virgin Island St. Croix I hail from the distant land of Miami Florida, born and raised. It’s also where I attained a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology from Florida International University. As a recent graduate, I can tell...

[caption id="attachment_1356" align="aligncenter" width="394"] Panoramic view on the slope of a butte where we observed a bald eagle with binoculars and a telescope[/caption] My name is Dominique Ong (Dom for short) and I can officially check seeing a bald eagle off my bucket list! Together with another...

[caption id="attachment_1342" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Last year internship work.[/caption] Hello blog reader, Here is Fabiane Barato the intern of last year of Mosaic in Sciences (MIS) for the Gulf Coast Network Inventory and Monitoring Program (GULN), Gulf Island National Seashore project. On that project I had the pleasure...

Everything has happened so fast. Last week, I graduated from Syracuse University and now I am sitting on a porch watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. I am a city girl born and raised in New Jersey, 40 minutes outside New York City, and...

My name is Tucker Grigsby and I am a Mosaics in Science intern working with the Cascades Butterfly Project at Mount Rainier National Park for summer 2017.  I graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara last year with a degree in aquatic biology, and...

A day in the field for a Mosaics in Science (MIS) intern can be a journey into a lava tube, a hike to a high elevation pond, or time indoors at the computer entering data. MIS experiences happen all over the country in some of...

You can't pick a better or more beautiful place to spend a summer than in a National Park. In 2018, Mosaics in Science (MIS) interns will travel to Denali National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Point Reyes National Seashore, to name a few. Each...

A Mosaics in Science Internship is a rich opportunity to work side-by-side with scientists and other professionals. In 2017, participants were part of bat research, bird surveys, seed collection projects, geological surveys, archeological explorations, and much more. Throughout MIS, interns receive additional training through weekly...