79: Q&A: Behind the Scenes of the Podcast, Funny MSE Moments, How to Get Promoted, and More
It’s been really fun getting the chance to interact with MSEs from around the world, so we just wanted to thank you all for listening to this podcast and joining David and I as we uncover the unique ways materials science makes an impact all around us.
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about how to remain successful once you get the job as well as cover a lot of other random topics, like the Behind the Scenes of the podcast and memorable moments in our MSE careers.
🔹️What was your funniest or most awkward experience as an MSE student?
🔹 What do you wish you could have done differently during your time as an MSE student?
🔹How do you keep growing personally and professionally once you get a job?
🔹How long does it take in your first full time role to go from feeling like a new hire to feeling like a contributing employee?
🔹And much more!
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