I recently returned back from a 4-week trip to the United States, where I attended the 2014 North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) in Missoula, Montana from 12-17 July. Given this was my first time visiting the US and one of my case-studies is on conservation banking, I made sure I extended my trip beyond the … Continue reading #NACCB2014 and beyond: a month PhDing in the USA
It’s fair to say that 2014 have been pretty busy for me so far. Things didn’t start well when I broke my leg skiing in Japan (holiday was lovely otherwise), but apart from dragging around a full leg cast since New Year’s I seem to have been doing lots of “stuff”. In the last two … Continue reading Doing too much or not enough?
Just a note to say that I completed my thesis proposal review (aka confirmation) this week. Time for a few days off!
I had an interesting experience over at the ACT Supreme Court the other day that I thought I might share. No, I wasn't on trial - but rather was there to see my partner being admitted as a lawyer to the "honorable court" (meaning he can now officially practice law).Anyway, it wasn't somewhere I thought I'd … Continue reading Rapid thesis communication: we can all learn something from lawyer-guy