Hello, and welcome to my blog! I am currently an undergraduate student at Cook College (NOT the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, as some would have you believe) at Rutgers University, and will presumably graduate within the next year with a bachelor’s degree in Ecology & Evolution and a minor in Geology. I received an associates degree in grade 4-12 education about two years ago, but I don’t really think that counts for very much. In any case, when I’m not at work or doodling in my notebooks margins in class, I can be usually be found at home with my wife and two cats, devouring some new book that has just arrived in the mail. This blog will go through phases, just as my interests do, but it will generally cover topics involving ecology, evolution, paleontology, culture (when culture intersects with dinosaurs, at least), and whatever else might be of interest to me on any given day. I’m in the process of writing a popular book on evolution (although such a categorization seems a bit presumptuous), although I’m not entirely sure when it will be completed as it continues to grow into a monster that demands my time and thought more and more.
If you’re interested in my early blogging days, you can see some of my posts via ProgressiveU, or you could add me as a friend on Facebook if you are so inclined. All questions, problems, or trauma can be addressed to evogeek AT gmail DOT com or otherwise expressed in the comments.