Category Archives: mentors

The Undergraduate Research Experience

As an undergraduate, I was given a fantastic research experience.  Beginning my first semester of freshman year, I worked with Dr. Dan Jones to do work with x-ray crystallography.  Dr. Jones was an incredible mentor of a caliber that I … Continue reading Continue reading

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A mid-summer update

My apologies for the lack of updates.  Life has been a bit of a (good) whirlwind lately. I’m excited to report that I have an idea for a dissertation.  It will take me a while to decide upon the specifics … Continue reading Continue reading

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