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STRONG Coasts is a National Science Foundation Collaborative Research Traineeship (NRT) award (#1735320) led by the University of South Florida (USF) and the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI). STRONG Coasts provides PhD-level trainees from engineering and applied anthropology at USF and MS-level trainees from marine and environmental sciences from the UVI with community-engaged training and a research program in systems thinking to better manage complex and interconnected food, energy, and water systems in coastal locations.

As the external evaluator, I meet regularly with the Principal Investigator, attend the leadership team meetings, develop and administer surveys, conduct interviews with trainees and administrators, and author an annual evaluation report with recommendations.

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