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Research Updates

Well, I am happy to report that I have officially found my first still!! It most likely dates to the 1970’s, but it miraculously has a lot of the copper pipe still with it, so I’m hoping that I may be able to do something with it soon! 340 more words

Trainee Tuesday: Embrace the uncertainty of being a trainee

Hello there bloggies! Welcome to Trainee Tuesday!

The other day I was talking with a group of grad students and postdocs. Of course, we were complaining about our certain status in life. 544 more words



Hey everyone! So sorry for the lack of posts! Happy to share that I officially completed my Master’s program in speech-language pathology :D and I’m currently on the journey to find a CF! 51 more words

Speech-language Pathology

Administrative Transparency - Obstacles & Opportunities

Since my post in December 2014 on administrative transparency, I’ve been trying to actively step up my participation and engagement with my school. My post led to conversations with several peers and colleagues in which they basically encouraged me to get more involved if I felt so strongly about school issues. 1,064 more words

Education & Curriculum

Classification - By: Scarlett

Well, I am pretty excited about a lesson plan I have been working on. This lesson plan is going to be video taped for my edTPA portfolio. 397 more words


Quickie: Academic Anxiety

Academic Anxiety is a hydra.

Therefore, you must be Hagrid.

Play the hydra some music and name it something like “Cuddles.”

h/t Rebecca Robinson for the analogy. 11 more words


Mile 5: Paul College Full-Time MBA Program

Our FTMBA class at NASDAQ.  

If you had told me a few years ago that I would soon be pursuing my MBA, I would have laughed. 428 more words