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June 23, 2017

I celebrated National Pollinator Week by spending time with my honey bees (which I technically do every week), and honoring a pollinator a day on Twitter. While it's great that we have a whole week that's nationally recognized and set aside for polli...

April 10, 2017

I was featured on Faces of Fieldwork, a campaign to put a human face on scientific fieldwork. 

Being a scientist doesn't mean you have to work in a lab. If you're a field scientist, I encourage you to share your story with Faces of Fieldwork--let's ch...

April 3, 2017

Front (left to right): Annika Greenleaf (junior), Ana-Maria Murphy-Teixidor (senior), Gabriela Garcia (1st year grad student), Elizabeth Crone (Professor), me, Genevieve Pugesek (2nd year grad student) Back: Colin Orians (Professor)

This year, I had t...

February 16, 2016

Since I have a photo album dedicated to the neotropical pollinators that I was lucky enough to see, I figured I would write a post with some more detail about their diversity! First off, what does “neotropical” actually mean? Simply, it means Central...

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