Sue Nichols's blog

Sue Nichols, assistant director of the MSU Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, cheers on strategic communication efforts.

 

Like a lot of kids, Neil Carter Vanessa Hullt started out infatuated by really cool wild animals. Don’t most

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Sue Nichols, assistant director of the MSU Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, cheers on strategic communication efforts.

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The migration patterns of CSIS graduate students and visiting scholars are shifting to autumnal academic mode, with some indigent species departing for new habitats, and new individuals building nests.

In descending order of seniority (roughly):

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Neil Carter is taking his tigers on the road.

Ok, at least the tigers that’ll fit into a thumb-drive, and they’ll probably be room to pack a couple rhinos and elephants as well.

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Sue Nichols and fish

Blogger: Sue Nichols, assistant director..(and see below for Marielle's report)

With the World Fisheries Congress complete the MSU crew has dispersed for their own adventures. Some are off for field work, some will take time to explore Paris and other parts of Europe, a couple are heading up to Iceland, since it seems so close.

Hard to argue with that.

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Blogger: Sue Nichols, assistant director -- strategic communication

I sorta blame restaurants  – from Red Lobster to the Friday fish fries to those honkin’ buffets.

They make fish look so endless. Every day’s a feast, and the shear bounty seems to assure it’ll be that way forever.

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The great MSU/CSIS fishing adventure on Lake Michigan at Grand Haven, Sept. 16, 2011.

Many fish were caught and eaten. Many stories told, as well as a few lies.

Fisheries and Wildlife, indeed!

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Sue and fish

Blogger: Sue Nichols, assistant director. 

 

 

 

The Blank Looks are the worst.

The Looks are the bastard children of science, along with their ugly cousins, the Uncomprehending Stares, and the Furrowed Brows of Confusion.

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