Science and Perspective

We all need a little more Science and a lot more Perspective



Audubon Spring Flyway 2017

In 2017, I had the opportunity to participate in the Detroit Audubon Society's Earth Day Celebration. The presentation shared with Michiganders the changing faces in Bahamian Environmental Conservation. As a Person of Color and international student in the United States... Continue Reading →

The work and the credit

Today I read the Audubon article on Jali Makawa. And it hits home. I am an environmental professional. I've been collecting scientific data for about 20 years in the Bahamas and the experience is vastly different depending on the person... Continue Reading →

Executive Director BSCA job posting

Executive director of the BSCA position posted.

Statistics on diversity and representation

Statistically speaking, if you took into account the number of International students and faculty in your academic department versus the number of domestic students and faculty, would the people in your faculty meetings, Christmas parties, search committees or other social... Continue Reading →

Ethics looking inward

As I hear about the studies my colleagues are doing, I consider the ethics of the work. Much of it surrounds trapping, surgery, labeling, sex, mating and eventually death, and dismemberment, though death and dismemberment are not always in that... Continue Reading →

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