New Friends: Alicia Collins

Today we did an early morning landing at Hydrurga Rocks on the Gerlache Strait.  As we disembarked our zodiacs, we were instructed to move single file in silence past the two Weddell seals sprawled out on either side of our path so as not to disturb their rest.  It...

Reflections from Ushuaia: Mary-Ellen Feeney

Homeward Bound Team 3 meet Icebergs It has felt like a week of firsts, but in many respects this is a common theme throughout the Homeward Bound Program. As a strategic leadership program for Women in STEMM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Medicine)...

Reflections from Ushuaia: Lorna Slater

How does a cause become a movement? In the same way that a trickle becomes a flood or a few pebbles start an avalanche. Homeward Bound is movement in both senses. Over the last week, women have trickled in to Ushuaia, Argentina to join together. We started meeting in...

Reflections from Ushuaia: Anisha Humphreys

When I graduated from my environmental science degree I was the only woman in my cohort. But it was women who came to watch me climb the stage and cheer me on. My grandmother, my mother and my sister. And I would not have been there if it wasn’t for their love and...

100 Days Later: Kate Clarke

100 Days Later Kate Clarke, Senior Veterinarian with Eureka Veterinary Hospital, takes us back to the point on the ship when she first drafted her 100 Day Plan and how much of that plan has played out since returning from Antarctica  100 DAYS LATER: KATE CLARKE Our...

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