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Women's History Month Series

March is Women’s History Month. Every year we ask several of our women scientists to share a little about their science journey, what hurdles or obstacles they’ve experienced during their journey, how they overcame them, and what advice they might have for the next generation of women scientists. They're candid, honest and full of sage advice. Tune in each week in March as we share their incredible stories.


2018 Feature Stories

Judy Li

Judy Li

Research Ecologist, Aquaculture Sustainability Branch. Learn more »

Beth Sharack

Beth Sharack

Chemist, Habitat Ecology Branch.
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Nicole Charriere

Judy Li

Biological Science Technician, Ecosystems Surveys Branch. Learn more »

Paula Fratantoni

Judy Li

Chief, Oceans and Climate Branch.
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Elizabeth Marchetti

Beth Sharack

Field Scientist, Narragansett Lab.
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2017 Feature Stories

Beth Phelan

Beth Phelan

Chief, Fishery Ecology Branch.
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Amy Martins

Amy Martins

Chief, Fisheries Sampling Branch.
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Kimberly Hyde

Kimberly Hyde

Oceanographer, Ecosystems Dynamics and Assessment Branch. Learn more »

April Croxton

April Croxton

Fishery Biologist, Aquaculture Sustainability Branch. Learn more »

Christine Lipsky

Christine Lipsky

Fishery Biologist, Orono Field Station.
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