I’m happy to announce I have been awarded as a Public Impact Fellow for 2017.
Public Impact Fellowships highlight and support doctoral students whose current research has the potential for substantial impact in the public sphere. Ideal candidates will be involved in research designed to significantly improve or enrich the lives of Californians and/or national and global communities.
I’m happy to announce I have been awarded as an ARCS Fellow Scholar for 2016-2018.
The National ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) Foundation, Inc., is a unique, nonprofit, national volunteer organization of women dedicated to providing scholarships to academically outstanding U.S. citizens studying to complete their degrees in science, medicine and engineering, thereby contributing to the worldwide advancement of science and technology.
Well, as it might be imagined, I am super swamped. I feel like I’m being pulled every which way and I need to get a better system for organizing my life. I’ve this giant running to do list that is a little overwhelming. I’ve started breaking things down by day and trying to organize one 24-hour period at a time. We’ll see how it goes.
I’ve been trying to get my DREU final report finished up and sent off. I’m actually quite happy with the results. I migrated my work into LaTex and am starting to feel pretty proficient in editing in it. I’m going to post my paper in my portfolio, if you’re interested. I am a little bummed I couldn’t participate in some of the interviews and maybe work on getting something into CHI for this year. I guess I could still possibly submit something for the Student Posters in January. We’ll see.
I’ve also officially bought my plane tickets to Balitmore for Grace Hopper the first week of October. I’m excited to have won the scholarship. I’m looking forward to seeing Baltimore again too. I’m already planning on meeting up with my friends from UMBC that I met during the DREU program.
I think that’s all for now. I’m hoping I can use these blogs to get myself organized too. We’ll see how it goes. 🙂