Bug Talk

Ep. 48: Julie Lesnik

March 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 48
Bug Talk
Ep. 48: Julie Lesnik
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Bug Talk
Ep. 48: Julie Lesnik
Mar 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 48

On this episode, Jen and Ariana chatted with Dr. Julie Lesnik, an associate professor of Anthropology at Wayne State University in Detroit. She studies the evolution of humans eating insects and has even wrote a book on it called Edible Insects and Human Evolution. We chatted about how humans evolved to eat insects, her time studying chimpanzees in Africa, and she gave some advice to graduate students in STEM. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @JulieLesnik. To watch this episode on YouTube with closed captioning, click here.

You can follow Bug Talk 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

On this episode, Jen and Ariana chatted with Dr. Julie Lesnik, an associate professor of Anthropology at Wayne State University in Detroit. She studies the evolution of humans eating insects and has even wrote a book on it called Edible Insects and Human Evolution. We chatted about how humans evolved to eat insects, her time studying chimpanzees in Africa, and she gave some advice to graduate students in STEM. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @JulieLesnik. To watch this episode on YouTube with closed captioning, click here.

You can follow Bug Talk 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!