As an educator, you play a critical role in the promotion of the GRFP. Over 75% of all applicants say they hear about the program from an educator!
There are a number of ways to get involved in promoting this program to potential applicants, including:
If you are in contact with a current or past fellow, please have them send an email to email@example.com that includes the following:
Fellow Joshua Atwood from the University of Rhode Island assists the O'ahu Early Detection Project in seeking and removing Miconia calvescens on a hillside in Honolulu, HI. M. calvescens is an invasive plant that competes with native vegetation and promotes erosion by forming shallow-rooted monocultures.
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