Dec
      31

      Honors Blog Post 8: Modeling and Meetings

      Over the past month I drafted a grant proposal to the Charles center to investigate an accompanying question to my study: what are the effects of temperature on mud snail mating? Determining the underlying mechanisms controlling mud snail laying may help to inform eelgrass restoration projects about the best time to transplant eelgrass. Additionally I…
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      Dec
      31

      Month Six: Connecting the Dots

      Throughout December my thesis has begun to come together. My thesis will most likely be broken up into three distinct sections.

      Dec
      22

      December Update: Reflection on Thesis Writing Progress and Plans for Break

      Since August, I have completed nearly twenty pages of my thesis. Earlier in the semester, I focused primarily on creating a skeletal outline of how I wanted my thesis to look. As I was still trying to figure out how many chapters I want to have in my thesis, this stage of the writing progress…
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      Dec
      07

      Semester Success!

      After these past few months, I have 20+ pages of my thesis completed! Plenty of work lies ahead for next semester, but I’ll be able to get a head start over winter break.

      Dec
      04

      November Update

      Wow, what a crazy month! Up until Thanksgiving break, I was nonstop working on running more photochem experiments. As per usual, that meant timepoints and late nights in lab for me. Luckily, the experiments turned out well, so I get to hold off on more photochem for a while. Instead, I’m turning my attention back…
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