Showing posts with label teaching. Show all posts
Showing posts with label teaching. Show all posts

How to make a superconductor in two easy steps

Today I am sharing how I made a superconductor in college.

It was for a class - senior lab - and I ended up having way too much fun as always.

Chemistry of making YBCO! Blog How to PhD by Oindree Banerjee

What next list compiled for summer science camp graduates

Interested in community outreach?

In this post, I share materials from an outreach effort that I have been part of for some years.

ASPIRE is a science workshop for high school women.

At the end of the camp, we like to address the question:

What next?
picture of recommended books including particle physics by griffiths and others for blog how to phd

Establishing a diverse and inclusive workplace

I attended the panel discussion on "Best Practices for Establishing a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace" at the American Physical Society's April Meeting this year.

I felt that it was important that the discussion we had reaches a wider audience, hence this post!

picture showing a diversity of flowers, taken in London, UK by Oindree Banerjee

7 reasons why TA-ing is good for you

Worried that TA-ing will set you back in classes and/or research? Disappointed about not getting that department fellowship? 

Don't worry, be happy! 

TA-ing will make you a BETTER, not worse, graduate student. You will be MORE successful, not less. 

Here are 7 reasons why: 

reasons why TA-ing or teaching is good for you, ohio state university picture by oindree banerjee

Why is the sky red at dusk?

Why is the sky red at dusk?

Dusk is my favorite time of the day.

I took this picture during a bike ride one day.

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How to finish your PhD and graduate in a timely manner

So you started a Ph.D. Great! You are doing lots of research, or maybe you are burned out. Either is understandable. Maybe your a...