Monthly Archives: January 2011

You can learn a lot from a cab driver

One of the perks of being a graduate student is the ability to claim to your non-student friends and family that you are both employed and on vacation two full weeks into January. Of course, vacation is a subjective term–the … Continue reading

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Advisor at Work

For those of you visiting this site for the Tiputini and Ecuador-related posts, be sure to check out the Scientist at Work blog at the New York Times, where Anthony Di Fiore, my undergraduate advisor, is now contributing. I was … Continue reading

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