Category Archives: career

Gainfully employed again…as a microbiology diagnostic tech

It’s been a long while since I wrote about the goings-on in my life.  Just wanted to share the good news.  I was interviewed and hired into a laboratory in early April. I wanted to share my Facebook post about … Continue reading

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Career goals – or lack thereof.

I sometimes dread working on my resume.  I have been goofing off the ENTIRE summer, because I know it’s my very last one I’m going to have off.  I’ve been having a blast getting out in the world a bit. … Continue reading

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Because sometimes I forget

I’ve officially been away from my scientific career for 10 years this month.  I’m not as devastated about that thought as I thought I would be. I wrote this blog post in 2009 on my blog Raising Smart Girls, and … Continue reading

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The second coolest lecture I’d ever given

This is the second part of a two-post series on giving a presentation on forensic DNA to elementary school kids.   I gave this DNA talk on February 12, of 2012. I’m reblogging it from another one of my wordpress blogs. … Continue reading

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The coolest lecture I’d ever given

I have been thinking about my past careers lately and thought I’d pull out some old blog posts from other blogs of mine. One of the most favorite skills I have is the ability to teach my knowledge to others … Continue reading

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