As the Office Manager of the UW College of Engineering Makerspace, I manage the department’s external marketing and communications, including managing our blog and quarterly newsletter. After many weeks of working with our team, we successfully debuted the first two editions of the UW Makerspace News during the Fall 2020 Semester.
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- Starting a Bullet Journal: What I think you should know!When I started my bullet journal, I had no idea what I was getting in to. I saw a few pretty “notebook” spreads on Pinterest and was enthusiastic to try it myself. It wasn’t until I did a little more research that I realized thereContinue reading “Starting a Bullet Journal: What I think you should know!”
- What to look for in a Genetic Counseling Program (PART TWO)A few posts ago, I made a checklist titled “What to look for in a Genetic Counseling Program”, in the hopes that I’d help a few lost souls apply to graduate school. However, I was preaching without a choir and I now realize that IContinue reading “What to look for in a Genetic Counseling Program (PART TWO)”
- How to Make “Advocacy Work” Your FriendIf you’re a hopeful, future genetic counselor, you’ve experienced reading the most daunting of application requirements –– “Advocacy Experience”. Your stomach probably dropped to the floor and the little voice inside your head whispered in a high-pitched tone, “what even is that”. From volunteering toContinue reading “How to Make “Advocacy Work” Your Friend”
- What to Look for in a Genetic Counseling ProgramFinding the right graduate school program is hard (ask anyone getting their masters or PhD!) But the struggle can be even greater for students looking to apply to an accredited genetic counseling program, all of which are highly distinguished and incredibly competitive. So how doContinue reading “What to Look for in a Genetic Counseling Program”
- It doesn’t take “a saint” to love someone with a disability.A harsh, short essay about something I could write a whole book about. As the sister of a child with Down syndrome, Ethan and I have had our fair share of tough moments. Many of these tough moments have been in public, perhaps during oneContinue reading “It doesn’t take “a saint” to love someone with a disability.”