Tag: research methods

October 5th, 2017

Getting Ready for Midterms

Midterms in grad school are not exactly what they were in undergrad.  Some professors have tests, but most have take home exams or just more reading. So this week, I’m still needing to make some decisions about what I’m going to do going forward, but I’m going to try to make it through the midterm exam for math and then

October 2nd, 2017

Life is Difficult, Grad School is Harder

I have had lots of meetings over the last few days.  That’s what I do, I meet with people.  It’s what I love about  my job.  It’s know what my political views are, but because of the kind of person I am and what my job requires, I talk to people all across the spectrum.  I always have.  I have

December 20th, 2016

Finally, The Grades Came In!

I’ve been looking every day since school was out.  I knew the grades wouldn’t be here until tonight, but I still kept looking. So what did I get? A B in Research Methods (thank goodness!) and a B+ in American Politics.  I feel pretty good about that.  I keep thinking about what Dr. Lindquist told me, “Martha, you don’t have