Science, Research, and Teaching Center | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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It's the science resource Reese Science Research and Teaching Center. So my research program I'm a part of building Exito has mixers here. It's the I've only got the one, but you dress up and you had to meet a lot of professionals in the biomedical research field. We'll go where it wass, and I ended up having, like, a great conversation with an engineer. I made a connection there, and he actually pointed me in the right direction for a lot of different student research. Symposiums that may be interested in different regions I was doing. They also have I don't know about no as much about this as I should I don't really know why this is here. It's on loan from the Museum of Natural History. It's an aesthetic additionally, so I'm a communication major. I took a course called communication and cognition with Dr Richie. If you come here on your calm Major, Dr Richy is an icon. Um, I suppose the classroom isn't inherently special, but I'm going to take you to the classroom. I had this course in because it was where I really figured out what I wanted to do and what I was interested in. Of course, I was challenging you know, not too hard. You make trying to make friends in your class is if you can, but in this class, I made some really, really good friends. A couple of them graduated, which is sad. I'm actually taking a class called Health Communication in the fall. It'll be fun, but all right, so we're here. Anyway, this is the Science Research and Teaching Center, one of my favorite buildings on campus. I actually hope they teach the communication and cognition courses taught every spring. I'm really hoping that I could be a t A for the class. You know, fingers crossed and I have no problem emailing me, Professor. Going? Hey, remember me? No. You need help.