Back in my senior year of college, I took a graduate class that required me to summarize one or two research articles a week. Though I absolutely hated it at a time (mostly because I hadn't yet figured out how to read research papers yet), I found that it became an invaluable skill. What better way to make sure that you understand a research paper than condensing its many pages into a measly paragraph or two?
There wasn’t any doubt I would go to college one day. Learning was my past time. My passion. The sheer idea that I would someday be able to attend an institution dedicated to acquiring knowledge was like a dream come true. I couldn't wait! But, honestly, if I was being completely truthful that wasn’t the full… Continue reading The First Generation Struggle
What is an academic CV? A CV (or curriculum vitae if you want to be fancy) is essentially a resume. However, unlike a resume it's not typically a nice one page summary of your most recent skills and experiences. Rather, a curriculum vitae (meaning "course of life" in Latin) is a much more comprehensive document that gives an overview of all your academic… Continue reading Academic CVs
"Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought."~Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Hello everyone! I wanted to present to you what I hope to become the "super duper guide to all that is undergrad research"! I know that before I entered college, I had absolutely no idea that undergrad research… Continue reading Undergrad Research FAQ