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- How a Four-Legged Snake Challenges Paleontology’s Illusions of Social Neutrality
- Spreading the Preparedness Word – Not as Painful as a Sharkbite!
- “Hangry” – not just an advertising word, but a concept to consider in our practice?
- VIDEO: The American Red Cross Teams With Salvation Army to Help Residents Recover From Storm
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Author Archives: jbwstocktonnj
Behind my current professional activities and research interests lies a somewhat unique story: I was trained in my graduate work as a paleontologist. In fact, my dissertation focused on the community ecology of a long-extinct group of primates that inhabited … Continue reading
I am posting here a blog post from Leah Roman who, like me, is interested in how professionals can bring public health and emergency management messages to the public. On Wednesday night, #Sharknado3 premiered on Syfy Network. The American Red … Continue reading
Why does conversation and connection seem easier over food? Here’s an idea! Continue reading
After last week’s storms that impacted southern New Jersey counties, I had the honor of serving with American Red Cross – South Jersey region as a volunteer. We responded by opening Reception Centers and Bulk Distribution sites, and also as … Continue reading