10/3/19: Learned about mussels in Indiana with Anthony Thomas’s Earth Science class!
Awesome time with @DantheClamMan yesterday taking his time to speak with GHS earth Sci students about what it means to be a researcher in the field, and his research with bivalves. It was great to have such a causal conversation with the students. #GKBLeaders pic.twitter.com/IfwPfzRnXw
— Anthony Thomas (@GKBathomas) October 4, 2019
10/1/19: Had a blast talking to students in an Environmental Science class taught by Clare Morgan at Wayne Central High School in New York!
5/8/19: Talked with third graders at Long Lots School in Connecticut! Such a fun group.
Awesome @SkypeScientist with @DantheClamMan he said a great part about being a scientist is that he gets to ask questions and then work to answer them… which leads to more questions. Sounds like #NGSS to me! pic.twitter.com/T5dmFYWW7G
— Phaedra Taft (@taftphaedra1) May 8, 2019
4/9/19: Spoke at EGU 2019 about my Glycymeris project! My slides available here!
3/11/19: Was fun skyping with seniors at Hixon High near Chattanooga!
— Geoff Millener (@gmillener) March 11, 2019
3/10/19: I spoke at ASLO’s 2019 annual meeting about my adventures in Eilat and Jordan during my PhD.
2/15/19: Had a blast talking to 3rd graders at Tiara Permai Primary School near Kuala Lampur, Malaysia! They asked excellent questions.
2/2/19: My thesis is online on eScholarship! Feel free to download and check it out. Currently of the four chapters, Chapter 1 is published, Chapter 3 is submitted, Chapter 4 is being formatted for first submission, and there are a couple analyses I want to perfect for Chapter 2.
11/1/18: I’ve started my work as a Zuckerman Fellow at University of Haifa! You can read my official bio here.
10/24/18: I was profiled by my hometown newspaper, the La Canada Valley Sun!
9/9/18: I gave a talk at the UC Museum of Paleontology about my Jurassic bivalve work! Their collection is amazing.
8/12/18: What I thought was a rather sleepy volunteer role on a UCSC housing committee ended up becoming an affordable housing crusade when I began to advocate to protect a graduate student housing project from being destroyed by NIMBY activists. This work was reviewed in several outlets and a Letter to the Editor which I wrote to the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
1/12/14: Funny looking back at this post I wrote during my first quarter in grad school and seeing that everything turned out fine 🙂