Welcome back to the podcast!
In this episode, I'm delighted to chat with Dr. Emily Dangremond, a PhD ecologist with an interest in plants, climate change, and conservation. After earning her PhD from UC Berkeley, doing a postdoc at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, and becoming an assistant professor at Roosevelt University, she recently left that role to work at a community-centered wildlife conservation company. Dr. Dangremond is also the host of "Kids Questions Answered", where she answers science questions posed by her son, and she has developed a scientific writing guide to help people overcome obstacles they encounter in scientific writing.
In this fun conversation, we talk about:
And lots of other excellent nuggets in this great conversation!
To learn more about Emily, visit https://emilydangremond.weebly.com/ or find her on Instagram @drdangerscience.
To find her scientific writing guide, visit Dr. Danger's Guide to Scientific Writing.
Or check out her podcast Kid's Questions Answered!
Thank you for listening!
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