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April 2020 Tide Bite

Greetings,
This month’s Tide Bite chronicles a not-that-unusual career progression for Friday Harbor Labs’ scientists: going from a student in a course, to a student doing their own research, to teaching here themselves, to having their own graduate students come to learn the trade!  

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March 2020 Tide Bite

Greetings,
This month’s Tide Bite describes the research of a PhD student who spent most of his graduate career at FHL, becoming part of the Labs and island communities.  This is a challenge because opportunities for funding here are limited, and while graduate students are famous for living on air, water, and ramen noodles, they still need to survive!   

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December 2019 Tide Bite

Greetings,
This month’s Tide Bite describes the experiences of a more advanced student than some of our other stories, which have often chronicled the adventures of undergraduates and graduate students.  Sebastian is a postdoc who shares the love of field stations, marine organisms, and San Juan Island that many others have expressed.  

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November 2019 Tide Bite

Greetings,
This month’s Tide Bite highlights the blending of art and science – two fields that might seem at odds, but not at FHL!  We encourage these cross-disciplinary interactions, including Adam Summers’ work mentioned below and in previous events that combined poets, writers and marine scientists.   

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June 2019 Tide Bite

Hello FHL Family and Friends,
We welcome the warm June weather and the end of the spring quarter, and are preparing for FHL’s busy summer season.  This Tide Bite is by Jen Burgess, the first recipient of FHL’s Macfarlane Art Studio Fellowship, made possible by a very generous donation from our supportive donors Jan and Robbie Macfarlane.  

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