January 1st, 2014
This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen in my entire life.
Keep questioning,Sara 

This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen in my entire life.

Keep questioning,
Sara 

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July 12th, 2012
letsbe-the-change:

Are you surprised? Learn more at www.FreetheSlaves.net.
Reblogged from: northernhues

letsbe-the-change:

Are you surprised? Learn more at www.FreetheSlaves.net.

Reblogged from: northernhues

(Source: freetheslaves.net, via thegirlandtheworld)

July 11th, 2012
adventuresinlearning:

lot of my learning comes through my eyes and ears… and the best kind through my mouth!

adventuresinlearning:

lot of my learning comes through my eyes and ears… and the best kind through my mouth!

(Source: Flickr / haynesmann)

July 10th, 2012
mothernaturenetwork:

Free Spirit Spheres are treehouses created with the concept of ‘oneness’ in mind, so the floor, walls and ceiling create one continuous space unlike a conventional building. They utilize biomimicry and are designed to fit into a forest setting without altering it.The world’s most stunning treehouses

mothernaturenetwork:

Free Spirit Spheres are treehouses created with the concept of ‘oneness’ in mind, so the floor, walls and ceiling create one continuous space unlike a conventional building. They utilize biomimicry and are designed to fit into a forest setting without altering it.
The world’s most stunning treehouses

July 9th, 2012
ilovecharts:

The Post-College Flowchart of Misery and Pain
via shareordie

This is terrifying.

ilovecharts:

The Post-College Flowchart of Misery and Pain

via shareordie

This is terrifying.

April 10th, 2012

It’s been a while!

I can’t believe it’s been so long since I’ve updated this blog. I kind of let it fall to the back of my mind as I worked hard on my honors’ thesis and made way for the last year of my undergraduate education.

I can’t believe it’s already here. I’ll be graduating in the summer, and then I’m off to my next endeavor as a professional! I’m going to be closing this chapter of my life soon, so I think it’s appropriate that I leave this blog as a kind of archive of my work as an undergraduate research. The past four years have been filled with exciting opportunities and incredible learning experiences, and I am so ready to devour everything that comes my way as a young professional. 

I’ve created a personal tumblr that will eventually serve as a go-to for my resume, social media and press links, and contact information. I’m currently using it to host some writing samples as well, so we’ll see if it evolves into a blog or not.

Thanks for the support, and follow me over at saraneville.tumblr.com!

And as always… keep questioning!

Love always,
Sara 

March 11th, 2012
An image I’m using for my thesis… it’s been a long road, and I’m almost there!
"A line of colored pushpins" by Zachary Dylan Tax at Wikimedia Commons (click through for original source)

An image I’m using for my thesis… it’s been a long road, and I’m almost there!

"A line of colored pushpins" by Zachary Dylan Tax at Wikimedia Commons (click through for original source)

March 5th, 2012
January 19th, 2012
HovsgolNuurHadag.jpg by Yaan, via Wikimedia Commons
A little snapshot of Lake Hovsgol in Mongolia - a research site for aquatic ecologist, Clyde Goulden, from the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Keep questioning!Sara 

HovsgolNuurHadag.jpg by Yaan, via Wikimedia Commons

A little snapshot of Lake Hovsgol in Mongolia - a research site for aquatic ecologist, Clyde Goulden, from the Academy of Natural Sciences.

Keep questioning!
Sara 

January 17th, 2012
A snapshot of Samuel Rhoads’ publications, drawings, and field notes (Image courtesy of Kim Custer at the Haddonfield Historical Society)
Thesis, thesis, thesis, thesis! 
Keep questioning,Sara 

A snapshot of Samuel Rhoads’ publications, drawings, and field notes (Image courtesy of Kim Custer at the Haddonfield Historical Society)

Thesis, thesis, thesis, thesis! 

Keep questioning,
Sara