31 Mar 2017: It been a good week - my lab mate, Cristina Macklem, successfully defended her thesis and I Just got news that a camera trap paper I co-authored was accepted in PLoS ONE! Final proofs coming soon!
24 Mar 2017: Prepping for US-IALE Conference in Baltimore in a couple of weeks. UConn is going to be well represented and the schedule looks like it will be a fantastic conference!
6 Feb 2017: I am officially a PhD Candidate! The paperwork has been signed and I am walking it up the Graduate School this afternoon. Now back to research!
18 Jan 2017: Written exams are done! Next up is the oral exam in two weeks. The final hurdle of my comprehensive exams before (hopefully) becoming a PhD candidate!
5 Jan 2017: After counting down the seconds to 2017, I began my countdown to the start of my comprehensive exams. I'll be starting on Monday so only three more days to go!
2 Dec 2016: The dates are set! I'll be taking my comprehensive exams (written and oral) in early January. Wish me luck!
4 Nov 2016: Collaborations are great, but they are even better when you work with fantastic people within your own department! Congrats everyone and check out our new paper in J. of Environmental Management about perceptions of adaptive management.
26 Sep 2016: Official version of my paper in J. of Environmental Management is available! Check out this link for a free copy until Nov. 13. Or find the link on my publication page!
7 Sep 2016: Find me on twitter @MRLiberatior follow the UConn Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation Center @UConnWFCC!
14 Aug 2016: First paper from my dissertation work was accepted by the Journal of Environmental Management over the weekend! Check out my article here and a summary of the research here.
12 Jul 2016: Productive summer so far writing and learning about genetic algorithms! Fifth paper of the year was sent for review this morning, now it is a waiting game to hear back from reviewers...Fingers crossed!
8 May 2016: The end of another semester! Congrats to my lab mates Mike Evans and Christina Macklem on graduating with their doctoral and undergrad degrees, respectively. The summer is already off to a busy start!