Some of my recent activities:
- I was on the organizing team for the URGE 2021 spring session.
- I’m on twitter, where I often comment on things relating to fossils, diversity and equity in the geosciences, academia, teaching, feminism, The X-Files, and the like.
- I was a Co-organizer for Paleontological Society Short Course on paleontological education at the undergraduate level at the Geological Society of America Meeting, Fall 2018 – you can check out the papers from this course here.
- I sometimes write things on Medium about how to make yourself a GIF, diversity in the geosciences, and the like.
- I made a limited-run 6 episode podcast focusing on the lives and experiences of women in the science called Female of the Species. Maybe it will return someday…
- Listen to the stories from our 2016 Williams College Story Collider Event and my piece on science storytelling for AGU
- Listen to my guest appearance on the Don’t Panic Geocast
- Watch this panel I participated in at NASA Headquarters on Ancient Earth, Alien Earths
- Check out blog posts from students in GEOS 101 about the geological histories of their home towns.
- Watch my TED Ed video on how to become a fossil
- Watch me tell a story about doing field work during graduate school at the 2012 Cambridge Science Festival Story Collider event.
- Read my guest posts over at the AGU’s communicating science blog – The Plainspoken Scientist – about my decision to engage in outreach during my postdoc, tips on how to make outreach effective through partnerships, and how to find resources to improve outreach efforts.
I am a member of the Paleontological Society’s Ethics Committee and am a member of Council.