The past couple of months have seen two major anniversaries in my life - the 20th anniversary of starting my undergraduate degree at the University of Manitoba, and the 10th anniversary of me starting my PHD at the Australian National University. I also received a short extension of my work contract that will employ me … Continue reading Winding down the academic dream
Kumamoto Earthquakes (熊本地震)
Kumamoto, a place that I consider to be my second home, has been hit by a barrage of earthquakes. It is one thing to go through one major earthquake, but Kumamoto was hit by four earthquakes measuring higher than magnitude 5.5 over two days. Just over a week on, and the frequency of earthquakes has … Continue reading Kumamoto Earthquakes (熊本地震)
Back to the Grind
When I last wrote, I was attending the INQUA congress in Japan. But as fun as conferences are, you have to return to the real world and get back to work! At the moment for me, that means going back to Stockholm Sweden. For those who don't know what this means, here is what it … Continue reading Back to the Grind
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