It's been a very trying time for all of us to adapt to this new normal in this global pandemic. Bearing in mind the following advice from the New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission has been useful (passed along to me by Prof. David Wardle):
Lubis delivered a great talk for his QE on understanding human-tiger conflict (HTC) in Gunung Leuser and presented his predictive spatially explicit model of HTC using the resource selection function. His work was recently published in the journal Animal Conservation. Congratulations Lubis!
Gladys completed her Final Year Project on evaluating sustainability commitments made by the Indian cashew industry where she compiled a database of sustainability pledges made by Indian companies and coded these pledges according to what, where and how these statements are meant to improve social and environmental outcomes in cashew farming communities. Gladys was co-supervised by Anushka Rege and will soon leave us to embark on a Masters programme in ETH Zurich. Congratulations Gladys and all the best!