We hope that your summer is going well and you were able to enjoy a rest in July just as much as us! Now we are back to work and ready for action! We at GradHacker have been so busy with thinking about the future, getting new authors and reading through amazing forthcoming posts […]
As grad students, its easy to forget that the summer is the time when we are supposed to relax and recharge. We work through our Christmas and Spring breaks in order to get ahead on conference deadlines and finish grant proposals. We work on weekends to perfect papers and complete extra volunteer work. In […]
K.D. Shives is pursuing a PhD in Microbiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center. She can be found blogging about current topics in microbiology at kdshives.com and on twitter @kdshives.
As an undergraduate I had a wardrobe consisting of state university sweat pants, hoodies, flip-flops and free t-shirts. And why not? […]
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