by Smita Mukherjee: Linkedin ResearchGate
“…it is sometimes really hard to realize this fact especially because after joining your Masters/PhD program you find yourself inundated with challenging classes, unyielding project deadlines, demanding professors and overwhelming thesis and defense requirements.
In this scenario, it is easy to lose yourself in the confines of your own laboratory or department and completely forget the essence of the rest of the campus. However, it is this “rest of the campus” where I found my solace and my emotional boost to successfully complete my PhD with six first-author publication in top journals with more than 175 citations in five years. Through this article, I want to give a personal account and highlight the importance of cultivating and nurturing yourself outside your lab and how that can positively impact your graduate education and serve you professionally later in your life.”
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