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A few weeks ago I traveled to San Jose to attend the annual AAAS meeting, one of the largest science conferences around. Here's my take on the meeting and the role science communication had to play.
Over 31 recruiters from a wide range of sectors participated in the Friday event last Friday; only this year the coordinators fully pulled out the stops to make it a success: three career treks the day before and numerous opportunities to meet with with professionals and alumni. All of these events and interactions are to not only learn about current openings, and possible career options but also to glean advice on how to start or for many of our students restart our careers.
In the competing demand between viewing wildlife and using them - who might win?
Reality: Species identification becomes problematic when your love for the environment yields comput […]
If you build it, will they come? This is a question that restoration ecologists struggle with on eve […]
The best part of wrapping up the my first semester was the chance to reconnect with all my DEL-MEM colleagues at the December Place-Based Session, also known as “PBS.” I’ve been looking forward to this PBS even more than the Downton Abbey premier and embraced the challenge to identify solutions to the the global problems each of us will work to address.