Aguilar de Soto, N and Kight, CR. 2016. Physiological Effects of Noise on Aquatic Animals. In Solan and Whiteley (eds) Stressors in the Marine Environment: Physiological and ecological responses; societal implications. Oxford University Press.
Kight, CR, David, M, Dall, SRX. 2013. The evolution of animal personality variation. Kehrer-Sawatzki, H (ed.) in eLS (Wiley online citable reviews). http://www.els.net/WileyCDA/.
Kight, CR, McNamara, JM, Stephens, DW, Dall, SRX. 2013. Communication as information use: insights from statistical decision theory. In Stegmann, UE (ed) Animal Communication Theory: Information and Influence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
University of Exeter Education Incubator co-investigator on the project Serious Play, Serious Fun, Serious Skills: Developing a Serious Play and Gaming Pedagogic Community across the University of Exeter
University of Exeter Annual Fund (2020/21 academic year) grant to support delivery of Lego® Serious Play® wellbeing sessions for students
University of Exeter Cultural Competency Programme fellow (2020/21)
QUEX Professional Services Fellowship, a travel grant facilitating a trip to the University of Queensland to collaborate with colleagues on projects associated with doctoral supervision practice (Spring 2018)
University of Exeter Link Fund (three times, 2015-2016, for projects related to women in science and research outreach activities)
University of Exeter Annual Fund (three times, 2014-2017, for projects related to women in science activities)
Society for Experimental Biology Science Communication Day Travel Grant and participant (Spring 2011)
NSF International Research Fellowship Program (Spring 2010)
November 2019: At the SWDTP Conference, Effective and Innovative Research Communication, I delivered two sessions on working with the media, conducted a radio interview demonstration, and chaired a question session with a panel of experts.
September 2019: I delivered a presentation on flamingo biology as a guest lecturer for a University of Aberystwyth field course.
August 2019: As an invited speaker, I delivered two sessions on podcasting at the MolBio Symposium, University of Heidelberg.
July 2018: I was a poster presenter ('Exploring Best Practice in Team Supervision at the University of Exeter') at the UKCGE conference (Bristol, UK).
May 2018: I was a poster presenter ('Exploring Best Practice in Team Supervision at the University of Exeter') at the University of Exeter's Graduate School of Education Conference.
April 2018: I was a poster presenter ('Exploring Best Practice in Team Supervision at the University of Exeter')
at the University of Exeter Education Conference (EduExe2018).
April 2018: I was invited to be a guest lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical School ('Curriculum Design: From Concept to Delivery'; 'Reflective Practice: Using Evaluation to Improve Teaching and Learning') as part of their Postgraduate Diploma of Clinical Education.
January 2018: I co-delivered the session 'How Can Technology Help You Teach Effectively?' during the University of Exeter's Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PCAP) course.
June 2015: I was invited to be a panelist for a Meet the Experts event introducing postgraduates to potential non-academic careers they could pursue once they had completed their PhD research.
2013-2016: Each year, I run two postgraduate training courses per year (one each term) on the topics of Publishing Your Research, Presenting Your Research Through Posters, and Giving an Oral Presentation.
Autumn 2014: I guest lectured on Birdsong and Singing for the University of Exeter's ornithology course.
March 2013 and March 2014: I presented a lecture on multimedia communication techniques at a University of Exeter science communication workshop aimed at engineering PhD students).
November 2012: I discussed my work on anthropogenic noise disturbance at Cornwall College Newquay.
November 2011, 2012: I presented two guest lectures per year in the University of Exeter course "Behavioural Ecology of Information Use," discussing "Signalling" and "Machiavellian Information Use."
November 2012: I presented four guest lectures in the University of Exeter's "Introduction to Ecology and Conservation" course, covering ecosystems, energy flow, nutrient cycling, and bioremediation.
November 2011, 2012: I presented a guest lecture on science communication in Falmouth University's "Health and Environmental Journalism" course.
October 2010, 2011, 2012: I presented lectures on "How to Become a Science Communicator" for both undergraduate and MSc students at the University of Exeter.
October-November 2012: I led discussion groups in the University of Exeter's "Biodiversity and Conservation" and "Marine Vertebrate Conservation."
May 2011: I discussed my work on anthropogenic noise disturbance at the University of Exeter weekly Biosciences seminar.
Animal Behavior Society: November 2005 (talk), August 2007 (talk), June 2009 (talk), July 2010 (talk)
International Society for Behavioral Ecology: July 2006 (talk)
College of William and Mary undergraduate courses (October 2008): Population and Community Ecology (lecture on mutualisms), Ichthyology (lecture on fish behavior and communication)
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill ecology and evolution lunchtime seminar: November 2007 (talk)
International Summit on Evolutionary Change in Human-altered Environments: February 2007 (poster)
Virginia Society of Ornithology annual meeting: March 2006 (talk)
Graduate Research Symposium (College of William and Mary): May 2005 (poster), May 2006 (talk--awarded Best Research Paper in the sciences division), May 2007 (talk), October 2007 (talk), May 2008 (talk), May 2009 (talk)