New Portfolio Type and Project

A serval standing in a road.
A serval (Leptailurus serval): a prominent species in the “Grasslands” episode of Planet Earth II, which I examined for my master’s thesis. Serval (Leptailurus serval) by Bernard DUPONT. CC BY-SA 2.0

This is a shameless bit of self-promotion to let you know that I’ve created my first portfolio type: Research. This is where I’ll keep you all updated on my scholarly endeavors; and, when possible, post downloadable files to any research-based documents I produce.

My first portfolio project in the Research category is, of course, my master’s thesis. I’ve included a downloadable PDF in this project, as well as a short summary of my thesis.

Click here to check it out!

I’ll be adding more portfolio types and projects as the need arises.

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    1. Thanks Cindy! Yes, you heard right, I’m not a wildlife biologist in the slightest; I’ve actually never taken a formal biology class outside of the intro classes. I’m actually a social scientist, which means I study fields like psychology, sociology, and political science. However, I’m extremely passionate about nature, and focus on finding ways to encourage cultural shifts that will lead to a better future for everyone. Hence my interest in popular communications platforms like wildlife television.

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