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Farm to Fun

Wednesday, July 25, 2018, by Jerilyn Jean M. Calaor
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Committing to an 11 week scientific program – especially one that bears the prestigious name of Harvard – can be pretty intimidating. However, you (prospective students) need not to worry. While it is true that the research may be challenging at times, the people you’ll meet and the adventures you’ll venture in your weeks at Harvard Forest make the battles with field work, data entry, R, and deadlines seem so small. Here, I share highlights of two summers in Harvard Forest's Summer Program for Ecology – from farm to fun.

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To read more about my project, check out my blog post from last year.


Jerilyn recently earned her B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Guam. She will begin graduate studies in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology PhD Program at Iowa State University in the fall.

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