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What I've learned from being a
successful graduate student!

Graduate school can be an intense and rewarding experience, yet incredibly stressful at times. Any given week might include going to class, teaching a class, writing a grant, and collecting data. But something I was taught at Weber State in my Principles of Zoology class has stuck with me throughout my time in graduate school...

Now that I’m nearing the end of my graduate school experience, I’ve recognized that characteristics of a successful graduate student are not so different from those of the tardigrade...

April 18th, 2019
by Kristen Ellis, Zoology Graduate




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Then & Now: Friends In Science

April 3rd, 2019
by Chyanne Smith & Heather O'Donnell, Zoology Majors

We met in band class, Heather played the flute and I played the drums. After high school graduation, we went our separate ways but kept in touch. Heather completed her Associate’s Degree at Weber while I entered the workforce and became a manager at a tech company. After her first degree, Heather wanted a change of pace, and I convinced her to come work with me...

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The Beauty of Mathematics

March 20th, 2019
by Kathryn Van Wagoner, Developmental Math Director

Mathematicians like to talk about the beauty of mathematics. This beauty is seen in the harmony, patterns, and structures of numbers and forms – classical ideals of balance and symmetry. While experienced mathematicians can envision tangible representations of notations made on a page...


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