Joined on: August 28th, 2009
Page received her doctorate in Zoology. After several years of studying fuzzy mammals in exotic locales, she has settled in New York City. As a scientist, an educator, and a student, she is always looking to further develop her critical thinking skills in all areas of her life. Page sits on the Board of Directors for the New York City Skeptics, and is part of the organizing committee for the Northeast Conference on Science & Skepticism (NECSS). She works at Columbia University.
Recent Posts by Page
- This is Gotham Skeptic signing off
- Upcoming Must See NYC Skeptics Events
- Supplemental Nightmares
- A Happy Marriage Between Magic and Science
- Score One for the New Media, Not So Sure About Hamburgers
- Announcing NECSS 2011!
- Climategate 2… well, we might actually be at a higher number by now
- Flash Wednesday
- The Simplest Answer Wins Again, Bees Killed By Virus
- Flash Wednesday
Recent Comments by Page
- "I find that 'emergent trends,' to use Mitch's terminology, occur because there are particularly salient and relevant topics that are dominating the so" on Was there a theme to Skepticamp NYC 2010?
- "When I think about critical thinking curriculum it usually take son two forms: A the grade school level, I think of thought activities that can be " on Let’s see what we can do with this internet
- "Thanks for the clarification. Keep up the good work!" on Climategate 2… well, we might actually be at a higher number by now
- "Found a few other blogs and sites doing this:http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/9/17/902839/-My-Rally-for-Sanity-signs Here is an obscure one that I " on Jon Stewart, friend of rationality and reasonableness
- ""Can You Please Provide Resources For That Claim So I Can Verify It Independently Before I Respond?"" on Jon Stewart, friend of rationality and reasonableness
- "As the editor of this blog I declare an official prohibition on Rick-Rolling (a term I learned on NPR just yesterday)!" on A Non-Scientific Argument Against Intelligent Design
- "A pictorial representation of a PhD. Thought it was pertinent: http://gizmodo.com/5613794/what-is-exactly-a-doctorate" on To degree or not to degree?
- "Thanks for you non-anonymous comments, Jim :) I prefer to use a "Gravatar" (www.gravatr.com) which is free and well recognized at a number of sites i" on To degree or not to degree?
- "Can't wait to hear all about this opportunity!" on A Personal Lesson in Reacting to Uncertainty
- "You want to know what is worse? Once you get into grad school, many grad student oriented grants also use your GRE scores in their decision to fund yo" on Standardized Testing: Key to a Dumber Tomorrow