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August 23, 2016

When I came to graduate school, I was excited to learn about both scientific research and science teaching. I specifically chose my thesis lab knowing that my mentors would support me in this pursuit. During my first three years of graduate school, I was a teaching assistant (TA) for a graduate-level survey course and participated in outreach programs. But then I felt stuck – there was so much more to being a successful instructor I felt I needed learn, but no clear way to continue to cultivate those skills.

If I’ve learned one thing in graduate school, it is this: whether you are perfecting a new technique in the laboratory or trying to figure out how to...

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