A storm rolling in over the Amazon River on the last day of river surveys near Tefé, Brazil.
This is video was initially created by Julia Cisneros for GeoLatinas members on how to start applying for a postdoc. Topic includes: 1. what is a postdoc? 2. Questions to ask yourself to determine if you want a postdoc. 3. Different types of postdocs. 4. How to find a postdoc position. 5. A timeline onContinue reading “How to find a postdoc”
The other day I saw this preprint (http://doi.org/10.31223/X5BG70) on my Twitter that highlights the extreme financial barriers to being a field geoscientist. This paper and the various Twitter threads from the authors made me recall my own experience. I am a geologist. I have a B.S. from Texas A&M University and am currently a PhDContinue reading “Tips for getting outdoor gear on a budget”
On May 31, 2020, Aída Guhlincozzi and I released our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Literature Database through our GeoscienceLearners initiative. GeoscienceLearners is an initiative we created to continue learning how to engage young students interested in Geoscience fields. This initiative has two primary purposes: 1. Through literature engagement and publication, continue learning how to increaseContinue reading “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Literature Database”
*since publishing this post, Dr. Jeff Nittrouer has transitioned to a position at Texas Tech University A few weeks ago, I received the official notice of my NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship Award, entitled: ‘Morphodynamics of giant dunes in wind and water‘! This award will allow me to continue my interests and research on the morphodynamics of dunes.Continue reading “I received an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship!”
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