Even pre-pandemic, life as a graduate student in entomology or other scientific fields can make it difficult to build social connections and find one’s place in a community. One entomology graduate student shares advice for creating or growing social groups as an important part of a healthy student work-life balance.
Meet Ashley Mortensen, Ph.D., senior scientist in the Bee Biology and Productivity Team at the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research, former veterinary nurse and zookeeper, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
Feeling rushed? The demands of pursuing a graduate degree can be daunting. Check out these tips and suggestions for optimizing time management—and reducing stress—for graduate students in entomology and related areas of study.
Entomologist Lina Bernaola, Ph.D., came to the United States from Peru to further her education, and here she shares her lessons learned along the way about what it takes to succeed as an international student in graduate school.
Meet Natasha Agramonte, Ph.D., medical entomologist, mosquito expert, past Bill Nye TV-show guest, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.