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Over the course of this semester, the Berea College Chemistry Blog will be interviewing some people of interest in several fields of chemistry, and providing you, the reader, with a look into the life of a real scientist. To kick off our interview series, we decided to keep things inside the department and ask our [...]
Hello everyone! I just wanted to put up a quick post introducing myself and outlining some of the great content we have coming up in the not-too-distant future. First off, I’m Eli Whitaker, I’m a junior chemistry major and T.A. here at Berea College, and I’ve accepted the challenge of helping out with some of [...]
As chemists, we have two main career tracks: academia/more education or industry/business. For each direction a critical document to have on hand is a summary of your professional experience. This document takes slightly different forms depending on your focus. For more academic directions, a curriculum vitae or CV is standard while for business, a resume [...]
Last night Mary Robert and I (along with colleagues from Biology and English) ate dinner with the convocation speaker Carol Yoon. After Dr. Yoon earned her Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, she became a science writer for the New York Times. We had an interesting discussion about careers, science, and writing. Dr. Yoon recently [...]