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Sharlene Santana
Associate Prof & Mammal Curator & . Research: ecomorphology, behavioral ecology, macroevolution, bats/mammals. 🇻🇪|🇺🇸. Science tweets.
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Vaida Rimeikyte Nov 14
Tweeps! Cornell is hosting Graduate Diversity Preview Weekend for first gen and underrepresented minority students to learn about graduate programs in STEM at Cornell. Travel, meals & housing included. Application deadline December 1. Pls share!
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Martha Muñoz Nov 14
Are you a student or postdoc interested in evolutionary biomechanics/morphology? Are you going to the 2019 meeting? Then come to our mentoring/networking luncheon, the companion event to our symposium (S7). Spots are limited, so please apply!
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Meera Lee Sethi Nov 14
The grad school Q&A with current faculty is FRIDAY NOV 16 at 3:30 pm PST. If you're in Seattle, come in person (details in tweet below)! Otherwise, watch on our YouTube channel: Reply or use the hashtag to ask questions in advance!
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Sarah Cobey Nov 12
It's not too late! Open rank search, Ecology & Evolution . One week before we start reviewing applications (no letters needed now).
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Sharlene Santana Nov 13
To anyone who’s ever asked me if there are any typically diurnal bats: I would like to revise my answer: there’s at least one!
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Benjamin Kerr Nov 13
Thanks for getting the word out Alex! This event also will be streamed live () at 3:30pm Pacific Time this Friday, so anyone should feel free to join remotely too. Please RT and distribute the flyer to any undergrads interested in grad school!
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Alex Lowe Nov 13
Interested in grad school? Want to talk to (cool, approachable) faculty about how to get there? Check out this Q&A with faculty Novermber 16. Free cookies!
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Aaron Corcoran Nov 12
The white-nosed syndrome fungus killing millions of bats is evolving rapidly to adapt to different environments in North America. Bad sign for bats.
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Phil Torres Nov 10
There’s a lot happening in America these days. But this is happening in a backyard in America, today. Sometimes we need a reminder that there is beauty and joy to celebrate everyday, too.
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Sharlene Santana Nov 10
New paper: Do ecogeographical rules explain morphological variation in a diverse, Holarctic genus of small mammals? Congratulations to lab PhD student Katie Stanchak!
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Lauren Brent Nov 8
**PhD opportunity** Monkey 17K floats between social groups and is often off on his own. If you want to study this magnificent social weirdo and others like him apply to the NERC competitive funding scheme and do a project with myself and
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Phil Cox Nov 2
PhD POSITION KLAXON!!! I have a NERC-funded position on morphological and functional evolution British red .
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Sharlene Santana Nov 6
Replying to @TheBatcave_SS
And not only Sharice Davids, but also Debra Haaland has been elected as one of the first Native American congresswomen. What a historic day. It was about time, America.
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Sharlene Santana Nov 6
Congratulations to these amazing women!!! Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress; Ilhan Omar, the first Somali-American ever elected to Congress; Sharice Davids, the first Native American woman EVER elected to Congress. I hope the list keeps going!
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Burke Museum Nov 6
Burke Museum and botanists compile 45 years of changes in Pacific Northwest flora, including the doubling of non-native species in our region:
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Sharlene Santana Nov 6
and so should you. It's our right and our duty. VOTE VOTE VOTE!!
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Jake Bicknell Nov 5
I'm advertising a PhD to work on the impacts of gold mining on biodiversity in tropical forests. Application deadline is the 8th January. More info here , , ,
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Christine Lattin Nov 5
The LSU Department of Biological Sciences is hiring an Ornithologist/Bird Curator at the Assistant Professor level. The deadline is Nov 30. Please RT!
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Dr. Jacquelyn Gill Nov 5
I just found an email from a prospective student in my spam folder (!), and only caught it because they followed up. This is a good lesson to be persistent; you never know why professors might not respond. Don’t take silence as a rejection! Give us two weeks, and try again.
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