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What it means to be a teacher

Teaching an interdisciplinary course offers an opportunity for a graduate scholar to reflect on how science can have an impact outside the lab. Continue readingWhat it means to be a teacher

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Catalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

Chemistry graduate scholar Gokul Raghunath and colleague Lyndie Wood report on their experience at the AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering workshop.Continue readingCatalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

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Notes from a dancing scientist

Laura Briggs explores the intersection between dance and chemistry.Continue readingNotes from a dancing scientist

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Analytical chemistry out of the lab and into the WaterHub

Laura Briggs reports on their research experience on a trip to the WaterHub with Dr. Jeremy Weaver’s analytical chemistry class.Continue readingAnalytical chemistry out of the lab and into the WaterHub

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Discovering the WaterHub at Emory

Laura Briggs reports on a field trip to the WaterHub at Emory with her analytical chemistry class.Continue readingDiscovering the WaterHub at Emory

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A unique method for studying enzymes

Morgan Bair Vaughn discusses her work with temperature jump spectroscopy in the Dyer Group.Continue readingA unique method for studying enzymes

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PDS training at the world’s largest radio telescope

Luyao Zou uses PDS funds to visit the world’s largest radio telescope at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.Continue readingPDS training at the world’s largest radio telescope