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Bison, bioinformatics and (meta)barcoding

This is my first post here since April. I’ve spent much of the last three months travelling, holidaying, workshopping and attending two conferences. I had a wonderful time in Adelaide at the Genetics Society of AustralAsia’s 2015 conference and learned about some fascinating new science at the Boden Reseach Conference on Comparative Animal Genomics. 1,238 more words


I-CODE 2015

The Research & Development Cell of Asian Business School is proud to organize its 3RD International Conference “ I-CODE-2015” –  “DIGITIZATION OF ECONOMY” with an objective of providing cross-section platforms to experts involving academicians, practitioners, policy makers, research scholars and budding aspirants to put forth their  views on transformation of social interactions and reshaping the ability of the people to access and leverage information. 94 more words

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Announcement: Faculty Mentoring Lunch in the 2015 ASA

In the past couple of years, our section has organized small groups of members with mixed seniority (typically a group of students and one or more faculty members) to have dinner at a local restaurant during the ASA meetings.  164 more words


First Conference Proposal Accepted!

Proposal: Accepted! The Changing Worlds Conference will be my first conference presentation as a graduate student! Vienna, here I come… in November!


What I Learned This Summer

I got back a few days ago from GCLS in New Orleans and wrote all about it over at Women & Words.

One of the most memorable moments for me was when Dorothy Allison, author of… 799 more words

‘Geography Flies’ Through Years of International History

By Benjamin Newman and Hannah Awcock

As the International Conference of Historical Geographers drew to a close, amidst bids from St Petersburg and Warsaw to host the next meeting of the conference, Innes Keighren took to twitter to write that it was: 1,008 more words

Historical Geography

2015 NASFAA Conference Photos

2015 NASFAA Conference | New Orleans, LA

Alissa Johnson, Dawn Knight, Lou Murray, Kristin Tobias

Thanks to our school partners and industry peers for making this year’s NASFAA Conference fun and successful! 6 more words