Trinitee Oliver is a Biology major with a Journalism minor at Howard University. She is passionate about biomedical research, eradicating health disparities, and enhancing scientific communication. When she is not in a lab, she can be found gardening, practicing yoga, or writing to inform about health and science.
I always wanted to be a doctor because of how I was cared for, treated, and loved by a professional medical doctor who operated on me when I was sixContinue reading “WHAT ACTUALLY SPARKED MY INTEREST TO JOIN BEYOND THE PhD’s AMBASSADOR PROGRAM?”
A few weeks ago, Beyond the PhD shared an article on how to find quality mentors to help shape and drive your professional development (read it here). Now, we want to dive a little deeper on the other side of mentorship: how to be a quality mentor. You might be a little hesitant to classify yourself as a mentor, especially if you are still a student or early in your career. Click here to read more!
Hi my name is Jaden Richardson I’m currently a senior biology pre pharmacy major at the university of Hartford. My long term goals is too become a clinical pharmacist or potentially own my own practice one day. Hello to all students of pharmacy, prospective students of pharmacy, and anyone else who comes across this blog who isContinue reading “Words from a Retail Pharmacist to a Prospective Pharmacist￼”
While you may or may not always be on the job market, it is not only important to make connections, but to maintain connections with your network that you have made. Click to read more about how to maintain your connnections in this article by Beyond the PhD Founder Dr. Robert Pijewski.
Click to read some tips and tricks from Natalie Sandlin, Content Manager, Beyond the PhD Ambassador for Boston College for choosing mentors during your career journey.
ith the return of in-person conferences coming in hot, there are some things that can be easily looked over or forgotten. I recently attended my first two in-person conferences of grad school. Below you’ll find a list of things that I found helped (or maybe that I had forgotten) during these events.
Perspectives piece by Dominqiue Martin about the costs of doing a PhD.
This article describes the personal perspectives of Dr. Brittany Knight and her journey from undergraduate to graduate school and her current role as Program Coordinator of the United States Association for the Study of Pain.
After spending most of my life in the city of Chennai, India, I moved out to the neighboring state of Kerala to begin my (what now seems never ending) academicContinue reading “Sai Nivedita Krishnan Personal Perspective”