This month, I am pleased to announce my first, first author publication in Science Scope. This article uses AZA accredited zoos and aquariums to teach about ecosystems and sustainability for middle school students. You can find the article here.
When I decided I wanted to become a marine biologist, finding a university was easy. UNCW was one of the top programs in the country and when I visited it, I fell in love. When I decided I wanted to be an aquarium educator, finding a program became a lot more difficult. Lucky for you, I’m here to help.
I recently upgraded my my storage size for iCloud so my computer would automatically backup my all of my files. Last Wednesday, I was very excited I made that decision. I visited a friend while we were in San Antonio and her dog accidentally nosed a glass of water onto my computer. It was immediately lights out. I followed this helpful post on what to do if water gets in your computer. We made a setup using a dog kennel rather than a milk carton but it seemed pretty similar. However, I was sure my computer was done for. This is my excuse for not posting last week. The experience reminded me why it is so important to protect your computer.
Why are we doing a listacle about resources? This week has been super busy between a conference in LA last weekend, preparing for post-interviews, NanoDays next week, and our STEM Education Research Symposium last night.
So I’m a little behind on a blog post for this week. I wanted to write something on the differences between practitioner and research conferences but that may come next week when I have some more time to organize my thoughts. So for this week, I decided to share the top resources I found during my first year of my PhD.