New to the world of data visualization and want to try it out? Enter Tidy Tuesday, a Twitter initiative that provides well-documented datasets for participants to play with.
Stephanie Yang is a Ph.D. candidate in the human genetics graduate program. Stephanie enjoys soccer, reading, and gaming. Her favorite chip flavor is Honey BBQ (but only the ones by UTZ).
During the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a staggering increase in hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Graduate student Stephanie Yang recounts her personal experiences with racism and reflects on the rise in anti-Asian sentiment.
Game on! Despite COVID-19 shutting down Hopkins’ sports leagues, the GRO’s e-sports league offers a quarantine-friendly avenue for students to compete and socialize.
Struggling to stay organized? Graduate student Stephanie Yang goes through the different apps and extensions that she uses to keep herself on track.
A new poster format that debuted last year claims to improve communication efficacy at scientific conferences. Stephanie Yang weighs in on her experiences with the format.
This year, virtual conferences are the new normal. How do you get the most from this type of scientific event? Graduate student Stephanie Yang reflects on what she learned from her first virtual conference.
When she’s not busy with her graduate program in human genetics, Stephanie Yang likes to visit escape rooms. During the pandemic, Yang and friends have found a new way to connect online by teaming up to solve virtual escape rooms.