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Is it worth it to bring a few prints of my research to an interview.

Discussion in 'Physician Scientists' started by mjs, Oct 15, 2002.

  1. mjs

    mjs Millionaire, Superhero
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    This goes out to everybody who's had an interview in the past few years:

    My research is oriented towards eye candy photographs and I have produced some material that is definitely worth showing off. Should I bring a few printed powerpoint slides with me? Will I get the chance to show them around?
     
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  3. Street Philosopher

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    photographs and eye candy i think would be a good idea to bring. but nobody wants to read an abstract. pictures good. words bad. :)
     
  4. mjs

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    Yeah I figured. In my lab, we have a rule against putting more than a line worth of text in a slide ;). Thanks, I'll definitely make some purty pictures then.
     
  5. wgu

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    mjs, me2!
    except in my lab we use movies as the many show-off tool
     

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