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Undergraduate research in my lab? Sure! Here’s how it works.
I spend a lot of time bragging about the 15 graduate students who’ve worked in my lab but this post is inspired by the 28 undergraduates I’ve had the good fortune to mentor in research. Within this group are veterinarians, … Continue reading
Posted in academics, career, editorial, environment, life, Links, mentoring, professional development, skepticism and science Tagged annual meeting, career development, conference, mentoring, O'Connell Lab at OSU, oral presentation, poster presentation, professional development, publishing, science, undergraduate research 4 Comments
The Eisenhower Matrix, and a step toward greater productivity
If you want to be more productive in reaching some goal, you can make the decision that “Tomorrow I’m going to be different!” Every time I do that, however, it doesn’t pan out. Rarely can someone just decide to change … Continue reading
Organizational skill? No, organizational planning.
Are you naturally organized? No, me neither. About 7 billion people on this planet right now could probably benefit from increased organization in their lives to manage short-term obligations and achieve long-term goals. The good news is that we don’t … Continue reading
Posted in academics, life Tagged Auriel Fournier, career, organization, organizational skill, productivity, publishing, rails, RallidaeRule, University of Arkansas, writing Leave a comment