I’m back. I have spent the last month and a half teaching two condensed summer laboratory courses at the community college where I will be teaching full-time starting this fall. It was fast paced and pretty hectic, but it gave me a good feel for what teaching full-time at GPC will be like. Now I am working to get my syllabi and lectures ready for the Fall semester, which starts on August 23rd.
I apologize to anyone who has e-mailed me and hasn’t gotten a response yet. I am notoriously bad about replying to anyone’s e-mail when I get swamped at work.
Although the Fall semester will be busy, I am going to try to post more regularly to the website. I definitely don’t want to stop working on this blog.
See you soon!
I just wanted to check in and wish all of you a Happy New Year!
FYI, I won’t be able to post to “Citizen Scientist” until the middle of next week. My husband and I are moving to Athens, Georgia in a couple of months and will be spending the weekend in the area looking for a place to live.
I hope that you are all enjoying a wonderful holiday season. Although I may post periodically during the holidays, blogging will be light (as it has been for the past week). I will resume regular blogging after the holidays.
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
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You may have noticed a few changes in the menu bar on the left over the past few days. These changes were designed to make this site a bit more user friendly. Articles are now archived by subject (as well as date). This should make it a bit easier to look through the archives for activities related to your subject of interest. You can also use the “search” window to search for posts on specific subjects or containing specific keywords.
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