On the 22 December I gave my oratie (inaugural lecture), entitled “The Ecology of the Past”, related to my appointment as Professor of Palaeoecology & Biogeography at the University of Amsterdam. I really enjoyed the opportunity to mark this personal milestone with some many colleagues, friends and family. In case you missed the event you can watch it online via the universities portal by clicking here (or on the photo).
Note: (1) to flip between seeing the slides and the video feed just click on the screen, (2) running time of lecture until 50 minutes.
British Ecological Society
Webinar series 2014-2015
Webinar 1: Surviving the Viva
31 October 2014
For further information on the BES webinar series click here, or for more general information on ecological careers click here.
Following on from Wes Fraser’s insightful and revealing interview, cactus-hugger Adele Julier tells us about her academic background and her role on the Lake Bosumtwi pollen chemistry project.
For more videos check out the “Ecology of the past” YouTube channel.
New video on careers in ecology from the British Ecological Society (BES).
- Who are ecologists?
- What do ecologists do?
- How do you become an ecologist?
For more information on ecological careers visit the BES careers pages, and for more videos check out the BES YouTube channel.