In this episode, I provide highlights of my visit to Wesleyan University in Middletown Connecticut as well as my more recent visit to the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.
I just arrived back in Starkville from ASALH. What a time!
These are all places that I will speak at in the 2022-2023 academic year. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to be invited to speak at these amazing places this academic year. This is especially important since this is my first year as a tenure track Assistant Professor! I spoke at the National … Continue reading Invited Presentations #Booked&Busy
It is the Random Nature Podcast Launch Party! I gathered these cool friends together for an hour of random nature story sharing fun!
Episode 2 debuts today and we are in the studio with writer, artist, and university professor, Ravynn Stringfield! Get into it. Learn about her time growing up in Wakefield, VA
This is a podcast about how academics view the natural world and their place within it. I discuss many aspects of nature with a view to amplifying various causes of conservation and sustainability.
A deep wound that will forever pierce my soul is something I live with every day. As a griever and devoted grief worker, I had to find a way to make meaning out of the death anniversary. Or as a call it Ricky's Day of Ascension.
Yesterday I got the notification that my proposal was accepted for participation in the Second National Conference for Justice in Geosciences. I am ecstatic. The mission of this gathering is so close to my heart as an incoming faculty member at Mississippi State University. As a human geographer who uses GIS, but also as a … Continue reading #SNC Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience
In what follows I share my dissertation acknowledgments, followed by photos of the day. Thank you!
Potentially the characteristics of learners interested in spatially infused forms of inquiry run the gamut. Instructional Design, Universal design practices may optimize learning experiences in humanities, natural sciences, social sciences coursework
The other day many of us learned that the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders ) added "prolonged grief disorder" to its list of mental illnesses.
We argue for a Black aesthetic and praxis that transforms power relations.