Ok, so I have these two post-secondary experiences that I'm not sure if I should include or not... 1) I was "co-author" of a display presented at the Virtual Reality Meets Medicine conference in California... I actually didn't even attend the conference. Basically, I did a little study while working for this Medical Imaging company and my boss sent in the results to the conference and the conference selected it to be a display... just a display... no speaking presentation. Personally, I don't get the real point of the conference... I mean... virtual reality and medicine... I'm not sure wehere that is going... but apparently the conference has been around for like 10 years... 2) I got this little "grant" from Dartmouth-Hitchcock... while I as there doing research for the medical school. I don't remember much at all about this grant except that my boss asked me to apply for it and I did... and I got it. It wasn't more than $1000 I'm sure. One thing I'm concerned about is that it's called "Helen's Fund" which coincidentaly is the same name as a rather big-deal grant given out in the South... if they didn't read the notes, they'd think for sure I was lying (I'm from Ohio). I know these things are kinda interesting... but I don't want medical schools to think I'm scrapping the bottom of the barrel... or that I'm trumping up these little things. I mean getting a grant sounds like something big... until you realize the context under which I got it, from who, and how much it was for. And the Virtual reality conference... I'm afraid their going to be like "computer nerd!" So what do you think? Which should I include, if either?