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Fields, Katelin

Katelin A. Fields

Kate Fields is a graduate biology student at Austin Peay State University where she is conducting biology pedagogy research in Tennessee secondary biology classrooms. She is a lover of Christ, all things science, a good cup of coffee, very short hair, laughing until crying, and the triathlon. Though sometimes she can barely work a toaster, she enjoys writing about it and the joys and pains of this journey called life, and prays for a few traveling mercies along the way. You can catch up with her by way of her blog: katemusingsoflate.blogspot.com or on Twitter: @SojournerKate

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