Archives for the ‘conference’ Category

Chicago! An Adaptation

By • May 8th, 2009 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, Research

Picture this room absolutely jammed packed with political scientists.  That was the lobby of the Midwest Political Science Association’s Conference.  And it was awesome.  One of the greatest things about doing research is going to conferences to not only present your own research, but also talk with others about their research.  Conferences are basically everyone’s […]



Maybe tomorrow I’ll be a little late

By • Mar 24th, 2009 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, Research

I feel like I’ve gotten enough sleep to put something up here about the presentation at UNCW.  We actually got lost on the way down there due to bad directions (figures the one time Google decides to fail me) and ended up driving through the North Carolina back country woods for an hour or so.  […]



Have vita, will travel

By • Feb 13th, 2009 • Category: Charles Center, conference, Honors Thesis, presenting, Research

So I was in Tampa last week.  It was pretty crazy.  Continental sent me to Orlando instead of Tampa, I got a James Bond rental car, watched 40 grown women quack while doing the duck dance, and then Tampa got invaded by pirates with cannons.
I’m not making this up.
I presented my poster and got some […]



Today’s post has been brought to you by boiling water

By • Jan 27th, 2009 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, Research

Mon affiche et les titres ont fini, et j’irai a Tampa dans une semaine.  Apres Tampa, le monde.  Maintenant, je dois ecrire l’introduction pour ma dissertation honorifique des neurosciences.  Il y a beacoup d’articles scientifique pour va lire.  Beacoup de travail.

In other news, leave it to Lovelock to tell it like it is again.  New […]



No, I’m not Justin Timberlake

By • Jan 23rd, 2009 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, Research

I am almost done with my poster, and let me tell you, she is a beauty (mostly pictures and not words so much, but I think that’s for the best).
Now I get to lug it through the airport.
Another edition of DIY science experiments:
The next time you fly anywhere, wear a baseball cap (preferably a fitted […]



I aint jokin’ woman I got to ramble

By • Jan 18th, 2009 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, Research, results

Between conferences and interviews, it looks like I will be out of town every other week this semester.  To be fair, I was warned, but still, that’s a lot of time in absentia especially considering I still have class and whatnot.
Three cheers for empathetic professors.
Oh, yeah.  My abstract got accepted to EPA, but I missed […]



Just FYI, I already own all of the Bond films

By • Nov 11th, 2008 • Category: conference, Honors Thesis, presenting, Research

I just finished writing an abstract to submit for a conference in March.  Whoo, presenting is a lot of work.
If any of you can see me on Gchat, you know that I have daily quotes that I put up under my availability.  Sometimes these are things I overhear walking around campus or in class.  Other […]