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It came…from the COMPUTER!!!!!!!

I know I promised I’d be better about Soundbites. I even promised my labmates I’d be better about blogging. In my defense, I present this graph that I hastily drew today on my iPad: It’s a graph of how in control of my life I feel versus time in grad school. Now I’ve got two […]

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Reporting for Duty

I’m going to take a page out of Danielle’s blog/book this week…and talk about thinking. About one year and 3 weeks ago, Danielle touched on the value of taking time to just think. Not day-dreaming just thinking about all of the Patagonia jackets I want to buy, but thinking about my project, my science, what….and […]

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SUBMITTED.

Hello, blog friends! I know I have been absent lately (and I¬†know how much you miss Soundbites, I promise I’ll be bringing them back come fall term…). But I thought I’d check in quickly and report the successful submission of my first-ever academic paper! This is a big deal for me. As someone who came […]

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Inversion Layer

Well, I took last month off from blogging because I didn’t have much exciting to share. Then my turn came up again this month and again I realized I don’t have much to share. So I decided to go with it and just ramble for a bit. I have been working on wrapping up my […]

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Work Hard, Play Hard

Work Hard If you’ve been keeping up with all the goings on of ORCAA students this summer, you might think our lives as grad students are full of glamorous field work. I’m sorry to report that there is more to being a grad student then picturesque moments with charismatic study species in beautiful locations. We […]

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