A Neighborhood on a Crayfish
6 January 2017 – Dr. Bronwyn Williams talks about crayfishes and their tiny hitchhikers on SciWorks Radio: https://www.wfdd.org/story/neighborhood-crayfish
Women’s History Month
11 March 2020 – Dr. Bronwyn Williams talks about leeches for the Lunchtime Discovery Series in the SECU Daily Planet Theater, brought to you by NC Office of Environmental Education & Public Affairs, and North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Spoiler alert: there is dancing! The video is in two parts. Part one: https://livestream.com/naturalsciences/dailyplanet/videos/202779934 and part two: https://livestream.com/naturalsciences/dailyplanet/videos/202780530
27 March 2019 – Dr. Bronwyn Williams joins three amazing North Carolina-based women in STEM for the Lunchtime Discovery Series in the SECU Daily Planet Theater, brought to you by the NC DEQ Diversity and Inclusion Committee, NC Office of Environmental Education & Public Affairs, and North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. https://livestream.com/naturalsciences/dailyplanet/videos/189221710
Natural History Detectives
A new video series – and companion to our blog – in which we dig deep to unearth the stories behind the specimens in the Non-molluscan Invertebrate Collection of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
One Spineless Minute
Got a minute? Excellent! Spend it with us on a visual journey featuring the myriad invertebrates that we find so fascinating.
Us, in Franz Anthony’s The Circles of Life
We had not one, but two stories featured in Franz Anthony’s amazing project, The Circles of Life: Membranipora membranacea ft. Megan McCuller and Pterodrilus distichus ft. Bronwyn Williams. What an honor!!! Read these two posts below, and be sure to also check out Franz’s incredible artwork on The Circles of Life tumblr and on Instragram @franzanth.