2021 was the summer of camps. I started off with the NE based all-girls STEAM camp, Camp Summergold, for a week. I had a blast being a counselor and watching the girls enjoy both science and engineering activities and typical camp fun like arts and craft, archery, music, and high ropes course. From there, IContinue reading “Summer 2021”
Author Archives: paleogal
This year, SVP was held in Brisbane, Australia, and I presented a talk about my ongoing research on multi-proxy models and examined how different datasets influence the outcome of the model. Before Brisbane, I went down to Sydney and talked with one of the exhibit staff at the Australian Museum about their Dinosaurs exhibit. TheContinue reading “Australia 2019”
In February of 2019, I got the amazing chance to travel to Israel as part of an international research group interested in the nature of science being portrayed in natural history museums. We met in Jerusalem to work on a manuscript introducing the concept and discussing how nature of science could be included in museums.Continue reading “Israel 2019”
Two Degrees isn’t Enough
Graduated with my Master’s summer 2018 and continuing here at UNL for my Ph.D. Excited to expand my paleoecological research as well as start some new and interesting museum research!
Started the school year off with SVP in Calgary, AB! As always, reconnected with old friends, made some new ones, and generally had a blast!! Also presented my own research and got to hear about other new research over the past year.
SVP Meeting 2016
Last week was the SVP Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT!! It was a great week of listening to new and up-and-coming research, making new connections, and of course catching up with the MSU gang!! Now that I’m back, I’ll be starting on my Master’s thesis and continuing to work on my research fromContinue reading “SVP Meeting 2016”
I’m In Lincoln!
After a little under a month of field work this summer, I’ve moved to Lincoln, NE to start my Master’s program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Field work pictures will be up shortly!!
After settling in back home, I’ve begun volunteering at Arizona Museum of Natural History! I’m working on cataloguing mammal bones that the museum is assimilating from the collection they received from NAU. I’m working on fossils from the Bighorn Cave. Most of the fossils are from Ovis canadensis, or commonly known as bighorn sheep.
One degree down!! December 12, 2015 was the commencement ceremony for MSU’s Fall 2015 graduates. I now officially have my Bachelors of Science in Earth Sciences with an Honor’s Distinction Degree and a minor in Museum Studies. And of course I decorated my cap with a T-Rex. More pictures will come as the chaos fromContinue reading “Graduation!!”
SVP Annual Meeting!!!
This week is Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Dallas, TX!! I started the conference with presenting my poster Wednesday. Wednesday night finished with the welcoming dinner at the Perot National History Museum, where we were able to wonder the halls of the museum and see the exhibits, one of which I was able to seeContinue reading “SVP Annual Meeting!!!”
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