My first international collaboration has been an educational experience indeed! Here’s a list of some of the lessons I’d like to share with future LOREX students, other pre-career scientists, and anyone looking to travel to Sweden.
It’s taken me so long to assemble this post because I have been working in Abisko! Fitting three incubation experiments into four weeks has kept me busy indeed.
In my role at ASLO, I’ve coordinated or facilitated dozens of workshops and panel discussions geared to encourage and to train scientists to communicate their science. What I’ve heard over and over again from participants is: “This is important. This takes time. This doesn't count towards tenure."..
As I've been sitting in the Sydney Airport for the last ten hours waiting for my horrendously delayed flight home to Honolulu to finally take off, I've had some time to reflect a bit about my stay in Australia and the connections I've made.