GOODLUCK P. MASSAWE
Hello, I am Goodluck P. Massawe, a Research Assistant working at Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute-TAWIRI. In 2017, I obtained a diploma in Wildlife Management from the Collage of African Wildlife Management, Mweka. I am currently pursing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Wildlife management at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Tanzania. I worked for over 3 years in the Ministry of Wildlife Sector in Tanzania as a research assistant, helping senior research scientists in data collection and paper writing. I also work as an editorial member in the Journal of Physical Science and Environmental Studies. My core research interest is focused on studying natural resources in urban landscape across Tanzania. I have already published 2 original scientific papers along with various peer reviewed journals. Additionally, as an experienced research student, I have been providing guidance to university students interested in studying wildlife conservation, specifically on the understanding of bee ecology and wildlife behavior. I mostly perform field work nowadays. I am delighted to be part LIWC Global. I would love to use my strengths to assists other young conservationists to fulfill their dreams through mentorship–ones that will inspire their positive attitude towards ensuring the endurance and safety of Earth's wildlife species.
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Chris Platt, an established nature blogger and a member of LIWC Extension, had a curious conversation with the other member of LIWC Extension: Goodluck Massawe, a Tanzanian wildlife researcher. In this casual conversation, Chris inquires Goodluck about why and how Goodluck chose to pursue his unique career. Goodluck responded to Chris's questions proudly and passionately, demonstrating his love and respect for his own work. Through this simple, yet revealing conversation, Chris aims to fulfill his own intellectual curiosities as well as to educate young conservationists worldwide about the nature of their prospective careers. Goodluck wishes the same and hopes to spread his work in conservation with a global audience. Goodluck thoroughly enjoys his career and hopes to continue to expand upon his reach and influence. LIWC Global provides a positive platform that connects like-minded scientists, naturalists, conservationists, and students toward a collective effort in wildlife activism and the preservation and sustainability of our natural world. If you share the same passion, contact LIWC for an opportunity to share your voice or your work with an international audience.
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