Winter 2014 Wrap Up

The winter quarter has ended. Over half of the first year done. It’s been a whirlwind.

I wasn’t as successful as I’d hoped at keeping up with my research updates and roll calls this past quarter. I do, of course, hope to be better in the spring. We’ll see.

It’s already time to look forward, thinking about what I’ll be doing over the summer. When, where, and if I’ll be going somewhere for research. What grants I want to apply for in the fall. Thinking about minor field exams. Taking language proficiency exams. All those things.

For the time being, I’m going to enjoy the last two days of break.

Is there anything you all would like to see on the blog for the spring? Opinion pieces? More on my research and interests? I’m open to suggestions and I will try my best to implement them.

 

Catch you soon…spring quarter starts Monday! I’ll post about my class schedule for the spring then.

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2 thoughts on “Winter 2014 Wrap Up

  1. Hey, I’d love to see some opinion pieces! That’d be awesome. Or, I’d like a summary of your progress or a normal day or something like that. Are you preparing for a paper anytime soon? I’m guessing that in so called “soft” sciences there’s a slightly higher threshold for publishing the first paper than in “hard” sciences. Anywho, do you get my drift?

    1. Thanks for your comment, feedback, and suggestions! I am in the process of a research project right now for a class, so I can write more about that in the future. And if I do end up trying to submit it for publication, I can write about that process, too, warts (probably mine) and all.

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