ARTICLES ON MY RESEARCH

 

·        Brenda Carty. Two researchers in Anguilla to study spider population. The Daily Herald. 28th August, 2006. 13pp.

·        Artist, zoologist win first Greenhall’s Trust prizes. Guardian Newspaper, G-Life Section. 9th November, 2006. 14-15pp.

·        Kim Boodram. Oh what a tangled web we weave…Sunday Express Newspaper, Woman Express. 3rd December, 2006. 8-9pp. LINK

·        The Greenhall’s Trust – W.I. awards its first certificates of support in Zoology and Art. The Grenadian Voice. 3pp.

·        Greenhall Trust supports Research & the Arts. STAN – St. Augustine News. October-December 2006. 9pp.

·        Nirad Tewarie. Spiderwoman. Sunday Trinidad Guardian Newspaper, UWI Today Supplement. 15th April, 2007. 4pp.

·        Local arachnologist receives award. Sunday Trinidad Guardian Newspaper. 24th June, 2007. 43pp. PDF

·        Sateesh Maharaj. Trinidad’s own ‘Spider Woman’. The Daily Express Newspaper. Express Lifestyle, Section 2. 17th July, 2007. 1pp

·        Grenada’s Spiders under study for doctoral thesis. The Grenadian Voice. 18pp.

·        Researcher visits Grenada to study Local Spiders. The Grenada Informer. 19th October, 2007. 18pp. PDF

·        UWI student studying spiders. Grenada Today. 23rd November, 2007. 20pp.

·        Education: Student wins award for ant research. Trinidad & Tobago’s Newsday newspaper. 25th February, 2008. 10pp.

·        Local Student writes winning ant essay. Trinidad Sunday Guardian Newspaper. 24th February, 2008. 16pp.

·        Research on ants gets Trinidadian student top international award. St. Kitts and Nevis Observer Newspaper. 29th February, 2008. 22pp.

·        Research on ants gets West Indian International Student Award. The Grenadian Voice Newspaper. 1st  March, 2008. 4pp.

·        Features: Student sets record in spider research. Trinidad & Tobago’s Newsday newspaper. Section B. 6th May, 2008. 8pp. PDF

·        Sewlal gets Vincent Roth Award from American Arachnological Society. Tobago News. 9th May, 2008. 5pp.

·        Spider Woman. Bitten but not shy. The Sunday Guardian Newspaper. The Zone magazine. 18th May, 2008. 35pp.

·        Melissa Dassrath. They call her “Spider Girl”. Trinidad & Tobago Sunday Newsday Newspaper. Sunday Features section. 18th May, 2008. 1, 3pp. LINK

·        UWI Student Honored for Spider Research. Sunday Trinidad Guardian Newspaper, UWI Today Supplement, Campus Notes section. 25th May, 2008. 4pp. LINK

·        Woman for All Seasons. Viewpoint News Magazine, Community Views. May 2008. 12(2):11. PDF

·        Compass Contributors’ News – Jo-Anne Nina Sewlal. Caribbean Compass Newspaper. June 2008. 7pp.

·        UWI scientist participates in prestigious international scholarship. Sun St. Kitts/Nevis Newspaper. 29th August, 2008. 9pp. LINK

·        “Spider Woman” scholarship offers look at Darwin. The Sunday Guardian Newspaper. The Inside out magazine. 31st  August, 2008. B12pp.  PDF

·        Achiever: TT scientist in prestigious course. Trinidad & Tobago’s Newsday newspaper. Section B.  2nd September, 2008. 17pp.

.        Scientists from Smithsonian and UWI collaborate for biodiversity survey of Tobago spiders. Environment TOBAGO newsletter. December 2008. 6pp.

.        What are you doing for the environment? Earth Conscious Magazine. June 2009. 30pp. [PDF]

.        Darwin Trinidad from the message of biodiversity. Taiwan Environmental Information Centre Newsletter. June 30th 2009. [Chinese]  [English (rough translation)]

.        Book on spiders in Trinidad published. Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper. February 2nd  2010. LINK

.        Jo-Anne Sewlal...Local Spider woman debuts in Sun Maker. Trinidad and Tobago Sunday Guardian Newspaper. March 28th  2010. LINK.   

.        Sewlal wins CAS-TWAS Young Scientist Award.  Tobago News Newspaper. December 2nd  2010. JPEG   

.        Sewlal in Nature Documentary. Tobago News Newspaper. February 10th  2012. LINK.

.        Trinidad and Tobago's Scientists Honoured by NIHESRT. Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper. October 4th  2012. PDF.

.        First Bioblitz takes place in Tucker Valley. Trinidad Express Newspaper. November 29th  2012. LINK.

.        UWI Graduation Ceremonies 2013 – Our New Doctors. Sunday Trinidad Guardian Newspaper, UWI Today Supplement. 21st December, 2013. 20-21pp.

.       2014. Jo-Anne Sewlal. Spider Woman - Trinidad and Tobago Icons in Science and Technology Volume III, NIHERST. PDF.

.       New book to feature “Tobago News” columnist. Tobago News newspaper. March 19th 2014. LINK.

.     National Geographic Weird & Wild. Ask your weird animal question: The largest spider in the world. Liz Langley. July 7th 2014. LINK.

.       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Ask your weird animal question: spiders and other animals with bite. Liz Langley. July 7th 2014. LINK.

·       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Ask your weird animal question: Jumping Spiders, Angry Cats. Liz Langley. September 10th 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Black widow spider facts. Jessie Szalay. October 29th 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Types of spiders and spider facts. Jessie Szalay. November 4th 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Brazilian Wandering Spiders: Bites and other facts. Jessie Szalay. November 19th 2014. LINK

·       For the love of spiders. Trinidad Guardian Newspaper. Life Section. 13th November 2014. Page B7. LINK

·       Caribbean Spider Woman. Our Point Magazine. December 2014. Page 9. [PDF]

·       Livescience. Garden Spiders: Weavers of Delicate Webs. Jessie Szalay. December 22nd 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Tarantula Facts. Jessie Szalay. December 23rd 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Daddy Longlegs: Spiders & Other Critters. Jessie Szalay. December 24th 2014. LINK

·       Livescience. Wolf Spiders: Bites, Babies & Other Facts. Jessie Szalay. December 24th 2014. LINK

·       Spiders, wasps of Statia documented. The Daily Herald. 24th January, 2015. 11pp.  LINK

·       For the Love of Spiders. Trinidad & Tobago’s Newsday newspaper. Newsday Spotlight. 3rd May, 2015. 28pp. LINK

.       Spiders!!!. Eureka! The official magazine of the Faculty of Science and Technology, St. Augustine, The University of the West Indies. January 2016. 10pp.   [PDF]

.       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Love in the Time of Tarantulas: New Spider Shocks Scientists. Carrie Arnold. June 29th 2016.  LINK

.       It’s what I DO – Sticking up for spiders – Zing Magazine. LIAT Magazine. Issue 33. Sept-Oct 2016   [PDF]

.       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Ask your weird animal question: Watch This Huge Tarantula Wriggle Out of Its Skin. Liz Langley. April 22nd 2017.  LINK

.       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Ask your weird animal question: 6 Fierce Animal Moms That Go to Extremes For Their Young Liz Langley. May 13th 2017.  LINK

.       National Geographic Weird & Wild. Watch Baby Spiders Eat Their Mothers Alive. Austa Somvichian-Clausen. September 20th 2017.  LINK

 

 

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