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- Thanks to @AtlCoOEM for providing materials for @StocktonSL students to distribute at #EHC Wellness Fair today. https://t.co/JGXIc7UWko 5 months ago
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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