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June 4, 2009 at 7:36 pm Leave a comment

I graduated from college in May, and now I’ve moved my project-oriented self on to a few new things. I’m moving at a slower pace than during Div III, though, so it still counts as a break. All the same, I’m trying to learn spoken Cantonese, trying to re-learn basic mathematics for the GREs, and working on boning up on all things related to biology, Islam, and the countries included in the study group. There’s no news yet on the status of the NSF grant, but I will be presenting at the upcoming conference (in October) at Hampshire College on biology and evolution in the Islamic world.

So, good stuff. I’ll see if I can revive the summer update schedule here on this blog, but things will probably change around here with my change in occupation.

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Everything on this blog should be taken as a draft, the spilling over of mental activity flung far and wide. The author is a graduate of Hampshire College in Amherst, MA who enjoys many things but devotes most of this space to matters academic.
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