The summer has ended. School has started up again here at the University of South Carolina. And that means my international collaboration experience is over…right?
My time here is Canada is wrapping up with only a few days left. I want to take this time to reflect on the unexpected friendships I have made.
When I was told I was a recipient of the LOREX, my expectations for this experience were solely based on research. “I will be inside my lab all day ever
I needed a reminder to balance my life with my work. Initially, I had plans to go to the lab all weekend to do more work and preparation for my experiment. Luckily, I had LOREX and Dalhousie students telling me to take some time to see the sights, hike, and have fun. Work hard, play hard.
The issue of sexual harassment and other forms of sexual misconduct is much in the news these days, including in the sciences. Two years ago as President, I began a proactive process to address these issues in the aquatic sciences...
We are deeply troubled by this week’s events surrounding the Environmental Protection Agency’s censoring of scientists slated to speak about the health of Narragansett Bay on 23 October.