Archive for February, 2014

February 28, 2014

Choosing Your Thesis Lab

By Clara Castillejobecerra Clara Castillejobecerra (@claracastillejobecerra)

During this time, most graduate students are busily wrapping up their last laboratory rotations and thinking about which one to choose. Some students have an easier time deciding which lab to join, but other students such as myself have a harder time making this decision. Committing to a lab is especially daunting when you start […]

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February 20, 2014

A Secret World โ€“ A Reflection on Homosexuality in the Islamic World

By Andrew M. Harrison Andrew M. Harrison (@andrewharrison1)

By Fareed Khawaja NOTE (AMH): This post has been re-posted after the addition of new material. However, no removal of or changes to the original content were made. There have been many successes for gay rights in the United States lately. With the recent strides made in both Utah and Oklahoma, one can say that […]

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February 13, 2014

Productivity Tools for the Nascent Scientist

By Danielle Miranda Danielle Miranda (@daniellemirandan)

by Ian C. Clift 75% of graduate students in a recent survey have reported dealing with stress in the past year. The main source of stress is the pressure to produce. And why not? With deadlines, classes, experiments, and presentations, graduate students are under a lot of pressure to produce. There are three ideas for […]

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