It’s been a quiet month on the blog. My absence has been due to the fact that I’ve been up to lots of different things, including:
Participating in the University of Michigan Preparing Future Faculty program (through which I was able to spend a fun morning at Eastern Michigan University being mentored by bioarchaeologist and forensic anthropologist Megan Moore):
Becoming a Science Communication Fellow at the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History:
and hanging out with dog buddies:
I also finally checked a minor, pesky task off of my To Do List:
I submitted my dissertation to my committee last Friday. I will officially defend one week from today, on Friday, June 03. If you are in the Ann Arbor area and have any interest in attending, you are welcome to attend. Until then, it’s back to radio silence on the blog. Wish me luck, everybody!
The best of luck in your defense! (also, awesome bread!).
Thanks David! I am particularly pleased about the bread.
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