Tis the Season for Academic Conferences

Continuing on this topic of conferencing, I returned late last week from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) annual meeting in San Antonio, TX. Although this conference only has 2.5 days of technical sessions, I was exhausted every day, I'm not sure how I managed to do all the things I needed [and wanted] to … Continue reading Tis the Season for Academic Conferences

Brunch of the Lady Geos

Over Labor Day weekend I had the great pleasure of having delicious waffles with our own @geoarchandlush and @mackenziecremeans. A long overdue reunion and celebration for Mack returning to the area. Between bites, our conversation varied from one thing to another from tornadoes, hurricanes, life in and out of graduate school, professional relationships, recent experiences … Continue reading Brunch of the Lady Geos


Under the #internationalwomensday theme of "struggle" and #stupidbullshit highlighted by @geoarchandlush and @mackenziecremeans earlier, an ongoing battle I seem to keep running into is butting heads with male students. Which to be honest, is a unique dilemma I legitimately have only experienced facing other males in my field. I've had this internal struggle with myself … Continue reading #biascorrect