My labmate, Amanda, is planning to paint an awesome mural in our town depicting ecosystem services that we often take for granted. It will be beautiful and educational! "We'd like to beautify the Slippery Elm bike trail and educate park visitors on the food web and nutrient cycling! We need money for paint and a … Continue reading Help support local sci comm and sci art!
We asked you what you wanted to hear from us and you said "weird things scientists do," unfortunately it turned out that we told weird and wild stories from our science experiences instead! But it's still as fun as ever! Also, breaking news, the notorious Nick can be heard telling stories in this episode! We … Continue reading Episode 8 of Bugs&Stuff!
In this episode we discuss our love of outreach, how to get involved in outreach, and a little about what it's like to be a woman in STEM. If you want more information about the outreach we do or how we found those opportunities email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @bugsandstuffpod. We hope you enjoy this … Continue reading Episode 7 of Bugs&Stuff!
The following article was written by me as a column for the BG News published on February 9th, 2017. To find out more about the BG News click here. The end of the spring term is quickly approaching, and you might be thinking, what’s next? Many of you will be applying to jobs, however a select … Continue reading Steps to Graduate school
In this episode, we discuss how to decided where to go to graduate and undergraduate school. We give advice and share stories about how we made our decisions. We also ask you to reach out to us! We want to get a better idea of who we're talking to so we can tailor our episodes … Continue reading Episode 6 of Bugs&Stuff!
The following article was written by me as a column for the BG News published on February 2ed, 2017. To find out more about the BG News click here. In this political climate there are an enormous number of arguments going around and we all have our own stances on them. Unfortunately, many arguments turn into … Continue reading Discussing Climate Change
The following article was written by me as a column for the BG News published on January 19th, 2017. To find out more about the BG News click here. Most children go through a stage in their lives where they ask “why” or “what if” in response to everything and anything. For me, this stage of … Continue reading Stay curious, ask questions
Hold on to your pants because this is a long one! As promised we came back to self care on our topic list, and we made it even more special by including our labmates, Audrey and Eric! This is a topic we think about a lot and care about, so please take a listen. If … Continue reading Episode 5 of Bugs&Stuff
The following article was written by me as a column for the BG News published on January 9th, 2017. To find out more about the BG News here. There’s a lot of debate over how to be eco-friendly, but I find much of it to be very negative. Many people, including some in our very own sustainability … Continue reading Recycling is still worth our time
Welcome to 2017! In this episode we discuss some eco-friendly options for your new year's resolution. We talk about some of the eco-friendly things we are doing and other's we're planning to do. We also drop some fun hints to what's coming up for Bugs&Stuff in 2017, so get excited! To get more information visit … Continue reading Episode 4 of Bugs&Stuff!