April News RoundUp

Spring brings surveys, field trips and …exams. We’re ready! Whatever the weather! Read the latest news from the school in our monthly RoundUp.

Sometimes it snows in April…

Let’s take a trip

  • A high proportion of our tight-knit group of stage 2 BSc Human Geography students are female but on this recent trip to the Royal Geographical Society, they learnt it hasn’t always been this way. Read more here. 
  • PhD candidate Will Hayes is currently out on fieldwork in Guyana; ‘Human settlements might have a role to play in biodiversity conservation going forward’. Learn more.

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Broadcast news

Things to come…

  • Exam season is around the corner, we give you a few tips on revision, dealing with stress, and utilising your spring break, so your exams aren’t doom and gloom! Read the tips.
  • The Annual DICE Lecture will be held on Friday 20 May given by Professor EJ Milner-Gulland on “Finding optimism in a time of biodiversity crisis”. More information.

And lastly…Mutant Ninja Terrapins?

  • PhD candidate Suzie Simpson and her project The Turtle Tally feature in the Metro, discussing how non-native terrapins are surviving the English climate and habitat. Read the full article.

Keep up to date with the latest news from the School of Anthropology and Conservation

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