Hi everyone. This is an open discussion, so ask questions!
Here’s the first tip: Get involved in research. Talk to your professors and upperclassmen.
-We’re having a panel with fellow students discussing their research and how they got it.
Oct 23 Goergen 101, 7:30pm
“Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.”— Mark Twain
Outliers: The Story of Success
by Malcolm Gladwell
People of the Lie
by Scott Peck M.D.
Tending Lives: Nurses on the Medical Front
by Echo Heron
The Worm with a Worm in Her Head
by Pamela Nagami
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
by Oliver Sacks
So we all know you pre-health kiddos are studying away and working hard but don’t forget the importance of sleep! So check out this entertaining video produced by ASAP Science on this topic –> What if you stopped sleeping?
you can read another book from Dr.Scott Peck :
The Different Drum and Road less traveled
and you can watch John Elliot Bradshaw shows in PBS Television ( search in Youtube )
Malachi Martin notes
and i suggested you reads Tony Robbins’s books
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