I’ll be honest, when I started graduate school two years ago I believed I was “bad” at social media. I was inconsistent at best with platforms like Facebook and Snapchat, … Continue Reading How Twitter has helped me in graduate school
I wanted to share my post to for the Smithsonian NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Department blog, No Bones, about some of the work I did over the summer. Enjoy! http://nmnh.typepad.com/no_bones/2018/08/stinging-snot-at-the-smithsonian.html
I am busy cranking away at the Smithsonian NMNH, but I wanted to share some photos of one of my favorite complex animal features: the stinging cell! Stinging cells house … Continue Reading Stinging Cells from the Summer!
In the 95F heat, jetlagged, and arriving in DC less than 24 hours prior, I cannot describe how happy I was to do a little jellyfish outreach with the interns … Continue Reading Lives of Jellies at the Mall!
For my first conference in graduate school, I went international! The European Evolutionary and Developmental Biology Conference 2018 took place in Galway, Ireland, and included a Cnidaria Satellite Meeting before … Continue Reading EuroEvoDevo 2018
I had the opportunity for a little “working” vacation back in Ohio. And by working, I of course mean hardcore creeking. For science. When biologists or naturalists are asked how … Continue Reading Fieldwork Evolution