Scientific papers (AKA publications) are extremely important for your career as a wildlife biologist or scientist! If you did an experiment or researched something, but never shared the outcome, what would be the point?
13 Tips That Really Work to Overcome Impostor Syndrome
If I could use three words to describe how I felt the entire time I was in graduate school, it would be “not good enough.”
Best Statistics Books for Wildlife Biologists (and Probably Other Scientists Too)
Statistics does not come easy to me! Well, maybe it does, but the way it has been taught to me has certainly not made it easy.
Wildlife Biology Graduate Programs: Master’s or Ph.D.?
One of the biggest questions you will ask yourself in your career is “Should I get a Masters or Ph.D.?”
5 Reasons to Tweet Your Science to Help Your Career as a Scientist
I personally started my Twitter account for to communicate my research to the world, but I am constantly surprised by all of the benefits I’ve received from this little account in relation to my professional career…
9 Tips for Aspiring Scientists of Any Age
Many parents contact me telling me that their child wants to be a wildlife biologist. Some children know when they are very young (that was not me) and parents want to know what they can do to help their child prepare for STEM careers at a young and have a scientist’s mindset.