Returning after four weeks of visiting invertebrate paleontology collections at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, the Natural History Museum in London, and the National Museum of Natural History in Paris! Work: photographing fossil shells from the Mesozoic and early Cenozoic. Check here for cool photos and videos of the work. Thanks to all of the collection curators/managers,... Read more about Visiting European natural history museums for fossils
Just got the wonderful news that my application was selected for a Faculty for the Future Fellowship! Recipients are women in STEM fields who may become role models in the sciences upon returning to their home countries. The fellowship will fund the last year of my PhD at Harvard, working with the phylogenetic relationships of gastropods, their biogeography in the marine environment and the evolution of shell shape across large time scales.
After a great semester with many leading researchers coming to talk to us about all sorts of topics and software on phylogeography and phylogenomics, I got the Certificate of Distinction in Teaching from the Derek Bok Center for my work at 'Phylogenetics and Phylogeography in the Era of Genomics' (OEB275r) last Fall! Read more about Teaching Award
Got a second Certificate of Distinction in Teaching from the Derek Bok Center for my teaching of 'Biology and Evolution of Invertebrate Animals' (OEB51) this last Spring! Another great semester with the most wonderful animals and great students!
I was awarded a Certificate of Distinction in Teaching from the Derek Bok Center for my teaching of 'Biology and Evolution of Invertebrate Animals' (OEB51) in the Spring! It was a great semester with an enthusiastic group of students!