Learn to apply research habits to everyday life

Gathering data, creating and testing hypotheses, and making data-based decisions are all things students learn in their programs of study; but these habits can have value well beyond the classroom and laboratory. In fact, these scientific habits of mind can support each of us in our personal lives as well.

Join the Graduate School with presenter Dr. Carolyn Speer at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 13 in the Pike Room (266) of the RSC for “Thinking Like a Researcher in your Daily Life,” a practical session that will introduce the idea of applying the scientific method to life’s daily questions and provide you with some practical advice about how to think like a researcher to improve your own life.