Just to give you guys a headsup, this past Monday, Sarah and I met up (for the first time!) and had a chat with A-Professor-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named (for now). It was eye-opening, it was inspiring, and it went admittedly a bit over my head, especially when we were discussing his research. (Almost as if there would be a gaping knowledge gap between what undergraduate students could grasp and the academic works created for a PhD; nevertheless, extremely interesting and we all tried, with rather entertaining results - you'll see!). Most of all, it was a blast and we're grateful for the opportunity to learn so much about the program and about both a lecturer and mentor in it!
Coming soon to a phone or computer screen near you, The Interview: A Blog Collab and Not The James Franco and Seth Rogen Movie That Caused North Korea To Declare War On the United States, But They Will Probably Be Released Around the Same Time, With the Latter Doing Significantly Better in the Box Office.
Here's a sneak peek, and coincidentally, a hint to our interviewee's identity: our first, icebreaker question-
We noticed the first thing we see when we click to your home page is a Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. What do you love most about them, how did they inspire you as a kid, as an adult, and how do they compare to other comics for you?
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About Me: My major is Integrated Sciences; I'm integrating physiology and psychology, and completing a minor in kinesiology. The movie 'The Imitation Game' blew my mind, and every piece done by the artist Alex Cherry is spectacular. Also, if you look up the definition of a bookworm, you'll find me.
Integrating Physiology and Neuroscience!
I like hanging out at Tower Beach but you can usually find me studying at Ponderosa even though I don't live there.