Last week I had the opportunity to attend an Evolutionary Biology Workshop in the Swiss Alps (yet another perk of living in Europe – spending the week in the Alps, no big deal…). In a nut shell, the purpose of … Continue reading Arolla, Switzerland
Remember the days of book reports in middle/high school? Remember how you always waited until the very last minute to start working on it (don’t kid yourself, everyone did)? The night before it was due, there was a frantic rush to find the cliff notes (had all the free sites saved) and the constant battle of line spacing and margins just to get the required number of pages. Well, that’s kind of how I am with blogging. I always have these grand ideas of writing a post but when it comes down to it, I can never make it happen. … Continue reading eseb 2015/Laussane & Noorderzon
And…..I’m back (only a month late)! I know, I know, I should have done this post a long time ago. However, things have been very crazy as of late. For starters, my 4-week trip to Tanzania ended up being extended … Continue reading Lake Victoria!..the follow-up
Greetings from Tanzania! I would do a Swahili greeting but I’m still working on that one. From my understanding, it is ‘habari’ which means hello/how are you? The problem is, ‘habari’ is typically followed by more specific things like how … Continue reading Lake Victoria!
Well, it’s official; I’m heading to Africa! This time next week, I’ll be on my way to Tanzania for fieldwork. Despite a few months of uncertainty and a significant amount of delay (to be expected when working with African nations), … Continue reading Tanzania, here I come!