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Amy (Sandman) Ferraraccio (@amyferraraccio) Instagram Profile Photo
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Amy (Sandman) Ferraraccio

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John Villarreal

Jekyll Island

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.”- Maya Angelou @kodakprofessional #gradschoollife

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SANDRA TRUONG

Mississauga, Ontario

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today is a super important day! It’s my thesis poster session 📊 This is a huge milestone in most Masters/Graduate programs. Today, I’ll be defending my thesis and this will dictate whether I pass! Wish me luck! 🙈. . On a side note, I’ve been getting so many compliments on this dress. It’s so comfy chic and perfect for running errands! It’s TTS, I’m wearing a small! Get 40% off by using “July40” 💕 Get my daily looks by following me on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app @liketoknow.it http://liketk.it/2Dpn5 life

K E N D A L L 🎀 (@simplykayfit) Instagram Profile Photo
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K E N D A L L 🎀

So I decided that I dedicating my Tuesdays to tips/tricks/myths about toning up! (and what I currently doing) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ + toning does not equal bulking! toning does not equal bulking! (one more time for the people in the back?) toning is not bulking! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ + toning is increasing your strength in your muscles. bulking is adding more mass to your muscles. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ + so how do you tone without bulking? higher reps and lower weights! you want to grab weights that allow you to do 2-3 sets of 8-12 reps. it should be difficult to do 12 reps but not to the point where you’re compromising your form to lift the weight. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ + happy toning! 💕

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Valorie Stradling

Last day of summer intensives!! Im utterly exhausted, but I’ve learned so much. Thank you to those of you who helped me along this journey. I can’t believe I’ll finally be in a classroom in a few weeks. Lots more hard work ahead, but I’m ready!! #gradschoollife

ᗪIᗩ | ᔕTEᗰ ᔕOᑕIᗩᒪ ᗰEᗪIᗩ E᙭ᑭEᖇT (@lablife.media) Instagram Profile Photo
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ᗪIᗩ | ᔕTEᗰ ᔕOᑕIᗩᒪ ᗰEᗪIᗩ E᙭ᑭEᖇT

Long gone are the days that presentations, scientific papers and reviews were enough to communicate your data findings!!! Say hello to the Era of Science Communication!!! . Science communication is about packaging your work in different and unique ways so that you reach the people you want to reach. It is crucial to know how to translate complex knowledge into fundamental/colloquial facts, easily understandable and accessible to a wider audience to increase research impact. . Here are some ways you can adapt your research findings for all audiences: . 1️⃣ Know your audience and define your goal. What platforms do they use? Are they likely to read a peer-reviewed report, an abstract, a blog post, or perhaps listen to a podcast? By knowing your audience you focus your attention on creating an impact. Remember to keep your goal in mind (raising awareness, influencing other scientists, educating the general public, etc.). 2️⃣ Make a Plan. 3️⃣ Collaborate. Stuck on your research? Need advice on a technique? Ask and communicate. Other people bring fresh perspective and provide feedback from different point of views. Collaboration will always help your research move forward. 4️⃣ Embrace fundamental, more colloquial writing language. 5️⃣ Layer and attach links if possible. Don't let your research paper gather dust in your office! Master the art of storytelling and ​present your work in different formats, or layers, and link them to your larger report for future presentations. 6️⃣ Evaluate your work. Measure the impact by keeping count on​ ​websites downloads, ‘likes’, comments and shares on social media platforms. The easiest way to do so in IG is converting your account into a business account so that you have access to all the insights you need to be successful. . Learn how to share your findings. Let Science be Open. You will impact a larger audience with your knowledge, build a community, and gain valuable insight that will help advance your research. 🤓

Longueuil, Quebec

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse they write back and ask why you even picked that topic in the first place... ——•——•——•——•——•—— life

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