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Reflection on the Access Network by Jordyn Mascarenas-Wells

September 8, 2018 donez 0

My name is Jordyn Mascarenas-Wells and I am a rising third year undergraduate student majoring in Physics and Mathematics at the University of Oregon. I am originally from Rio Rancho, New Mexico and discovered my passion for Physics during my senior year of high school when I took my first Physics course and joined the Science Olympiad Team. Prior to the start of my freshman year of college, I was admitted into the North Star Read More

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Reflection on the 2018 Access Assembly by Mookpolo Wait

July 12, 2018 donez 0

My name is Mookpolo Wait and I was in the IMPRESS summer program in 2017. I attended the Access Network Assembly for the first time at Boulder, Colorado. It was a very good experience and I learned a lot during the conference. There are so many things that I took away with me at the conference. I attended the first workshop and it was advisory board. This workshop allowed me to listen to all of Read More

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First Things First by Rachael Klaiss

July 5, 2018 donez 0

As a first-year graduate student at the University of Oregon, I’ve had a lot of “firsts” over the past year, including being a first-year attendee of the ACCESS Assembly. I became involved with the UO site, The North Star Project, last summer as a way to start integrating myself into the department and my research group. It was a cute parallel; I was using a summer program for incoming freshman to be introduced to the Read More

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SACNAS Reflection by Damerrick Perry (Polaris)

November 21, 2017 @ginaquan 0

SACNAS 2017 has by far been one of the best college experiences I’ve ever had. It was my first science conference, and I gained much more than I ever expected I would. Throughout my time here, I have heard personal stories from entrepreneurs, scientists, and academics that were truly inspiring. One of the most touching stories was hearing about Tyrone Hayes, who successfully proved that exposure to atrazine did in fact have adverse health effects, Read More