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To The Forest, Once Again

Oliver Sacks, this week, shares a very brief, but powerful reverie that also brings our attention to the man above and the book below.  All seem worthy of your time: 351 more words

Conservation

The Simple Things

When we find ourselves absolutely overwhelmed by the complexities, demands, and irrational expectations surrounding field work, it’s really nice to remember the simple things – and within them, find peace of mind, stability, and renewed strength. 187 more words

Personal Statement

Recognizing the Gift of the Galapagos

“We’ve all been given a gift, the gift of life. What we do with our lives is our gift back.”

-Edo, Sacred Economics

Being in the Galapagos was such a gift. 837 more words

Eco-tourism

Quora Post : In master application, what do professors or evaluators look for in the personal statement?

http://www.quora.com/In-master-application-what-do-professors-or-evaluators-look-for-in-the-personal-statement

2. Explain the connection to your current studies in your choice of programme,
3. How your interests and skills will contribute to your success as a Master’s student… 43 more words

What Drives Some Conservationists Some Of The Time Is Simply The Beauty Of Nature

Click on the image above to go to the publisher’s website and their preferred purchase options for this book; the publisher’s blurbists have this to say about it: 254 more words

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The Role of Ethnicity in Admissions to Russell Group Universities

(Note: I published this piece first on the British Educational Research Association’s Respecting Children & Young People blog on 17.03.15…)

Here’s an excerpt from a UCAS personal statement written recently by an applicant to a Russell Group university: 1,015 more words

Participation