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Blog Author : abyrne

  •  Geeking Out
    My love for science and ecology is not a passion many other people have, so when I got the opportunity to conduct research at The Morton Arboretum I was beyond ecstatic.
  • Numerous blisters, back/wrist injury, and one tick: behind the scenes of prairie restoration
    This experiment is more than just pretty flowers and phylogenetic diversity.
  • The Odd One Out
    I am the only undergraduate research fellow to be studying something other than trees at the Morton Arboretum.
  • You Can’t Handle the Truth: the Tribulations of Data Analysis
    We are nearing the end of the summer and data collection is beginning to come to a close. This means data analysis is right around the corner and I am not ready to take it head on. The challenges I am going to face will be mighty, but I have hope that with the help of my advisers and peers, I will reach my end goal.
  • When One Door Closes, Another One Opens.
    My first blog post consists of the struggles I faced when deciding what I wanted to do with my future. After finding my love and passion for the prairie, my career path has become clear for me. Being able to work at the Morton Arboretum has only strengthened my focus to achieve my goals in life. My first few weeks at the Morton Arboretum has opened so many doors for me, and I am excited to see what is in store for the remainder of time that I am here.