Hello everyone! My name is Tyler Lacy. I am interested in music, math, drama, and the sciences. I am originally from Lakeside, Arizona. Last winter we got five feet of snow so I am used to much cooler weather. Currently I am hoping to double major in math and biology and have intention to go to medical school. I’m looking forward to our Aquatic Invasive Species class and meeting all of you.
Hi, I’m Michael Di Nunzio from about and hour outside of NYC and staying in Bassett. I’m considering an ME major and Econ minor or Stat/Econ double major.
Hi! My name is Natalie Ferguson. My hometown is Pasadena, California, home of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl. It is only about 20 minutes from Los Angeles. I am interested in studying Biology and hopefully pursuing a career as a pediatrician one day. I also love playing basketball, volunteering, and being with friends.
My name is Hanna. I’m not much of a writer, but I love talking in group discussions… I will most likely major in Psychology/Neuroscience, and perhaps minor in Markets and Management. I’m the youngest of seven children and we all play tennis. I can’t wait to meet you all and learn more about you guys during the semester!
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I think I covered the required tasks… See everyone wed!
Hi everyone, I’m Mo Zhou (Michael) from Shanghai, China. I’m interested in computer science, electrical engineering and all those “techie” stuff, but I have a broad academic and non-academic horizon as well. We’re gonna know each other better in this course. Now I’d like to post a link to my profile on the Chinese counterpart of Facebook: Check it out!
Welcome to Aquatic Invasive Species! I’ve asked each of you to introduce yourself to your classmates for your first blog entry. The purpose of this informal, ungraded post – aside from getting to know each other – is to figure out the basics of WordPress. Please attempt the following on your own: (1) access the blog dashboard, (2) create a post, (3) edit a post, (4) comment on your peers’ entries, and (5) insert a hyperlink into the text of a post. Don’t worry if you can’t figure out any of these tasks. Bring your concerns to class on Wednesday and we’ll have a group trouble-shooting session.
Now for your professor’s introduction! I’m Sandra Cooke and I’m happy to call Durham home, though I was born and raised in Silver Spring, MD. My scholarly interests include the ecology of ultraviolet radiation and, of course, aquatic invasive species (specifically Asian carp and the water flea Daphnia lumholtzi). My non-scholarly interests include running, traveling, and cooking. I look forward to working with all of you this semester!