The academic motto of “publish or perish” can create an isolationist graduate school environment. It can be easy to convince ourselves that our impact is… Read More »Pharmacology Student Initiative: Building a Better Graduate Community
Shannen Cravens is a Ph.D. student in molecular biophysics with a passion for teaching who enjoys weaving art into her lab life.
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