Bug Talk

Ep. 44: Yolanda Chen

February 10, 2021 Zsofia Szendrei Season 1 Episode 44
Bug Talk
Ep. 44: Yolanda Chen
Chapters
Bug Talk
Ep. 44: Yolanda Chen
Feb 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 44
Zsofia Szendrei

In this episode Ali and Zsofia chatted with Yolanda Chen, an associate professor at the University of Vermont. Yolanda shared with us how she got interested in evolutionary biology, her experience working at the International Rice Institute in the Philippines and talked to us about having kids while establishing her career as an assistant professor. We also discussed differences between working at a smaller, teaching focused institution such as UVT and larger universities like MSU. Follow Yolanda on Instagram @insectagroeco and on Twitter @Yolanda_H_Chen.

You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram @bugtalkpodcast and find out more about the podcast on the entomology department website. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see the conversations with guests.

*Thanks to Jason Roedel, audio engineer, for improving the sound quality, Matt Grieshop for the music and Ellie Darling for designing the Bug Talk logo!

Show Notes

In this episode Ali and Zsofia chatted with Yolanda Chen, an associate professor at the University of Vermont. Yolanda shared with us how she got interested in evolutionary biology, her experience working at the International Rice Institute in the Philippines and talked to us about having kids while establishing her career as an assistant professor. We also discussed differences between working at a smaller, teaching focused institution such as UVT and larger universities like MSU. Follow Yolanda on Instagram @insectagroeco and on Twitter @Yolanda_H_Chen.

You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram @bugtalkpodcast and find out more about the podcast on the entomology department website. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see the conversations with guests.

*Thanks to Jason Roedel, audio engineer, for improving the sound quality, Matt Grieshop for the music and Ellie Darling for designing the Bug Talk logo!