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Interview with Dr. Miriam Rengel: Identify professional and personal goals, monitor them and work hard to reach them!
Dr. Miriam Rengel is an astrophysicist with a wide range of topical interests. She studies solar system objects at the far-IR and submm wavelengths (planetary atmospheres and small bodies), protostars and young stellar objects. She also conducts space based observations and related science on instruments onboard the Herschel Space Observatory, and sub-millimeter ground-based observations. She […]
Dr. Christina Viviano-Beck: “Be nice to people, and conduct yourself professionally and your science responsibly – it matters”.
Interview conducted by Dr. Lynnae Quick: Dr. Christina Viviano-Beck is a Staff Scientist in the Planetary Exploration Group at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). I first met Dr. Christina Viviano-Beck while finishing up my dissertation at APL (she was gracious enough to share an office with a then-grad student! :). She works on […]
Calling all graduate students! You are invited to participate in the new NSF Grad Forum, which is soliciting experiences and opinions of grad students regarding the improvement of STEM education in the U.S. There are several separate threads, including “Diversity and Broadening Participation”, which would greatly benefit from the voices of non-majority groups. Please see http://nsfgradforum.wordpress.com/ and […]
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