INTERVIEWS WITH PALEONTOLOGIST BARBIE
This is the first interview with Paleontologist Barbie! It is a must read!
Paleontologist Barbie explains her understanding of evolution by looking at the"Selections" art exhibit at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia. Specifically, she provides her interpretation of the importance of art done by Anthony Martin and Hallelujah Truth.
Paleontologist Barbie goes to St. Catherines Island to examine reptile burrows.
Paleontologist Barbie sees exciting tracks and a really cool dinosaur sitting trace in addition to exchanging knowledge with fellow colleague paleontologists. "Professional development is more important than Halloween parties," Paleontologist Barbie was heard saying out in the Utah desert.
Paleontologist Barbie Marvels at Learning and Teaching in the Field: Sapelo Island, Georgia, Provides Perfect Classroom
In early November, following the 2011 Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting in Las Vegas, Paleontologist Barbie headed to the Georgia coast with my brilliant husband and famous ichnologist Chiboogamoo, and 13 Emory University students enrolled in his Modern and Ancient Tropical Environments course. Their MISSION? To leap into the natural environment of Sapelo Island and MARVEL at what they could learn in this Georgia coast windowless classroom (see Chiboogamoo's blog)!
Paleontologist Barbie Willingly Sacrifices Her Winter
Holiday to Deepen Emory Students Understanding
of the Concepts of Uniformitarianism on San
Salvador, Bahamas at Gerace Field Station.
Chiboogamoo and I bring Paleontologist Barbie with us out in the field to lead the students into challenging situations so they could learn about modern and ancient environments.
Paleontologist Barbie Vacations by Doing Bike Ichnology on the Georgia Coast, on Jekyll Island, Georgia
HALLELUJAH for holidays spent doing ichnology along the Georgia coast and for Paleontologist Barbie, who loves talking about science and just how much fun it is. This interview took place with Paleontologist Barbie in 2011 following her Thanksgiving bike ichnology trip to Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.