I have an active presence on Twitter (@isotopesrule), including project updates, conference tweets and science outreach. Since May 2018 I am a Social Media Editor for the open-access journal Open Quaternary.
May 2018: Nature Ecology & Evolution ‘Behind the paper’ Blogpost ‘A very different environment for early toolmakers in South Africa‘.
Spring 2018: Course Developer and Lecturer, 20h Archaeology Centre Workshop in Advanced Fieldwork Technology for professionals in Cultural Resource Management (CRM).
Fall 2017: Organiser, visit of the 4th Toronto Pathfinder unit, Girl Guides of Canada, to the Archaeology Centre, University of Toronto.
AIA Fall 2017 Newsletter article on our recent excavations at Pniel: http://mailchi.mp/070de078bad1/aia-toronto-society-fall-2017-newsletter
Solomon star article 5 June 2018: Prehistoric teeth reveal surprising details about ancient Africa’s climate.
Oxford Science Blog 21 May 2018: A very different environment for early tool makers in South Africa
Faculty of Arts & Science, University of Toronto News 24 May 2018: Prehistoric teeth dating back 2 million years reveal details of ancient Africa’s climate
SABC news item on 11 June 2017 about our excavations at Wonderwerk Cave: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TZJZ2anztU&feature=youtu.be