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Link it up!

  The impact of social media is immense and this is where LinkedIn comes in. LinkedIn.com is a website where one can market themselves to potential employer and where professional networking takes place digitally. As digital space is getting more … Continue reading

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The art of effective class presentation

Presentations are an essential part of graduate school as well as life after school! Most of our future careers may involve presenting in front of parents, schools, clients, governing bodies, institutions, etc. Therefore, presentations in graduate school should not be … Continue reading

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Final Countdown

Listen to advice on one of life’s most essential transitions- Stepping out into the “real” world after college and enjoy the refreshments. Continue reading

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Seeking support from faculty

In my undergraduate studies, I was reluctant to ask for help from my professors. This led to a bit of a struggle at times when I did not understand a concept. I would ask my peers who would often be … Continue reading

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Spring break re-cap

    Right before spring break, my research group had to submit a quantitative analysis of a study. The analysis took a lot of brain power, reading group email threads, staring at the computer, twiddling thumbs and finally- paper submission! … Continue reading

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Candid read: The truth about spring semester

I like to think that I have a researcher’s brain. I love to investigate, search for facts, statistics and stories to quench my curiosity. This week when I started to feel worn down by the semester, I naturally began to … Continue reading

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Time to reflect & reset!

  I cannot believe that the semester is ending! I am sure that all of us have learned quite a bit this semester. We can evaluate lessons learned as this is the perfect time of the year to reflect and … Continue reading

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7 things I am thankful for!

This is what is probably on your mind right now: cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, pies, stuffing and that good ol’ Thanksgiving turkey! With all these thoughts racing through your mind, I thought of making my post short and sweet. … Continue reading

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How to Ace that Mid-Term: Spaced Learning?

When I was in high school in Kenya, I believed that you had to quantify or measure the time you spend preparing for a paper. The more hours I spent reading, the more I felt I had accomplished a successful … Continue reading

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