The first issue of 2018 features an InterView with Seogchan Kang, of Penn State, by Hao-Xun Chang, a student travel awardee and post-doc at Michigan State University. Also featured: our discussion of imposter syndrome continues with a piece by Dr. Dan Klessig about his experiences with the phenomenon. Read the new issue and join the discussion here in Interactions!
Student travel awardee Hao-Xun Chang, Michigan State University, interviews Seogchan Kang of Penn State. Read Kang's thoughts on mentorship, research, and more.
Daniel F. Klessig, of Cornell University and the Boyce Thompson Institute, recounts his own experiences with imposter syndrome over the course of his impressive career—and how he worked through the problem. Read the article now, and share your own experiences!
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Staff Editor: Michelle Bjerkness
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