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Five things I'd change and a day when those things have changed.

Quickly list five things you’d like to change in your life. Now, write a post about a day in your life once all five have been crossed off your to-do list. 419 more words

Because of the tough three-course load, for a while, I worried that I wasn’t cut out for science. This was an identity crisis because I never allowed my abilities or disabilities define who I am. 649 more words

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Funding Opportunity: 2015 Northwest Scientific Association Grants (Proposal Deadline: 01/21/15)

The Northwest Scientific Association awards grants of up to $1,500 to support student research in the pure and applied sciences. We encourage all graduate and undergraduate students engaged in research to apply! 57 more words


American Scientist & Sigma Xi

Guests: Fenella Saunders, Managing Editor, American Scientist, and Dr. Jamie Vernon, Editor-in-Chief, American Scientist; Director of Science Communications and Publications, Sigma Xi
Topics: American Scientist magazine, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, science writing and communication… 50 more words


Blind Date Resumee

Recently, I have been working on editing position descriptions for my department and also on editing employee resumes to make them in-line with position descriptions. It is not the most exciting part of my job. 805 more words

Does #science news and science writing need a classification system with warning labels? Dean Burnett thinks so.

Dean Burnett has written a hilarious and timely article about science news and science writing for his blog Brain Flapping. Burnett puts forth a new classification system for science writing and science news, which also pokes fun at all-too-common issues with science writing. 289 more words


Musings of Miss Verity Void* As She Stares At the Sky One Sad, Lonely Night

Urgh, the grass is a bit wet maybe it was a bad decision to lie down here.  

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