FUPS (Flinders Uni. Palaeo. Society)

As a member of the Research Group in the Palaeontology Group at Flinders University,  I had my profile featured on the Flinders University Palaeontology Society (FUPS) website today.

I talk about how I got into palaeo in the first place, and how my career has progressed thus far (and a few funny old photos too).

Read it here: http://flinderspalaeosoc.org/research-group-profile-dr-alice-clement/

FUPS

The society gives members the opportunity to participate in hands-on palaeontological research, from field trips to workshops and fossil preparation in the lab. And the best bit is, you don’t have to be a student to be a member! It is a wonderful way to get learn more and meet like-minded people.

For more information, check them out: http://flinderspalaeosoc.org/ 

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