Tag Archives: STEM

Recording lectures is good for students, good for instructors, and good for public health — Dynamic Ecology

I’ve been thinking of writing a post about my experiences with recording lectures in Intro Bio for a while, and, with coronavirus spreading, now seems like a good time to finally write it up. Overall, I think there have been … Continue reading

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Non-trivial sacrifices of the itinerant academic

Inspired by a conversation stemming from this Tweet . . . I thought I’d share a bit about the sacrifices we’ve made in support of my academic career. This is just a reality check for understanding’s and expectations’ sake, and … Continue reading

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The Waterthrush Podcast #15

Episode 15 of The Waterthrush Podcast is now available.  Check it out for stories about Britain’s most endangered butterfly and training the next generation of STEM scientists through citizen science.  There are also some field recordings you might enjoy.

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