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What Every Science Student Should Know

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A guide for STEM students who want to excel—both in school and beyond.

Based on years of research and interviews with successful scientists and science students, this book is designed for college students on the path to a STEM career, helping them avoid pitfalls and obstacles and find success both academically and in the real world.

Like an experienced lab partner or a candid advisor, the book provides both realistic practical advice and encouragement, covering the entire college experience including:

  • choosing a major
  • mastering study skills
  • doing scientific research
  • finding a job
  • building and maintaining a love of science that will keep you motivated

  • Written by recent science graduates including former editors-in-chief of the prestigious Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science, this guide can help get you through the ups and downs of undergrad life—and help you excel as both a student and a scientist.

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    Publisher: The University of Chicago Press

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: March 4, 2020

    OverDrive Read

    • ISBN: 9780226198910
    • File size: 586 KB
    • Release date: March 4, 2020

    EPUB ebook

    • ISBN: 9780226198910
    • File size: 586 KB
    • Release date: March 4, 2020

    Formats

    Kindle Book
    OverDrive Read
    EPUB ebook

    Languages

    English

    A guide for STEM students who want to excel—both in school and beyond.

    Based on years of research and interviews with successful scientists and science students, this book is designed for college students on the path to a STEM career, helping them avoid pitfalls and obstacles and find success both academically and in the real world.

    Like an experienced lab partner or a candid advisor, the book provides both realistic practical advice and encouragement, covering the entire college experience including:

  • choosing a major
  • mastering study skills
  • doing scientific research
  • finding a job
  • building and maintaining a love of science that will keep you motivated

  • Written by recent science graduates including former editors-in-chief of the prestigious Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science, this guide can help get you through the ups and downs of undergrad life—and help you excel as both a student and a scientist.

    Expand title description text