What I Learned Through an Archaeology Field School

For the past several months, I have been recounting my experiences in Belize last summer – when I participated in an archaeology field school and then traveled around on my own to learn about jaguar conservation. The last post in this series saw the end of the archaeological portion of my journey. Before moving on … More What I Learned Through an Archaeology Field School

Reflecting on Two Years of The Jaguar and its Allies – Belatedly

July 2, 2017 marked the two-year anniversary of The Jaguar and its Allies. But since I was in Belize I missed the date, and for the past month I have been focused on recounting my experiences there. As such, I am just releasing the anniversary post now. As with this blog’s one-year anniversary post, I … More Reflecting on Two Years of The Jaguar and its Allies – Belatedly

Taking a Short Break

As some of you know, in March I was formally admitted to Humboldt State University’s (HSU) Environment and Community (E&C) Program. This is an interdisciplinary Master’s program that focuses on the human dimensions of conservation. In other words, it is perfect for me. Before the semester begins in mid-August there is an orientation class for … More Taking a Short Break

Doors are Opening

I have exciting news to share. I mentioned in a previous post that I had applied to graduate programs which blend the environmental and social sciences. I have now heard back from both universities. To my relief I was accepted to both the University of Michigan’s Behavior, Education, and Communication program and Humboldt State University’s … More Doors are Opening