“Grading Papers and Changing Diapers: Surviving Graduate School With A Family”

“Grading Papers and Changing Diapers:  Surviving Graduate School With A Family”
A talk by David McGhan, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Physics. 
 
When:  Friday, February 13, 3-4 pm
Where:  RLM 5.122 (map)
 
About the talk:  How can you be successful at graduate school and also have a family? Come to this talk, hosted by the Physics Education Forum and open to all, and learn some tips and tricks, as well as the realities of raising children while in graduate school. If you have children, or if you are thinking about having children while in graduate school, you don’t want to miss this.  The talk is open to all graduate students at UT.
 
About the presenter:  Dave is a doctoral candidate in the Physics Department in the College of Natural Sciences.  His research focuses on using physics based models to analyze K-12 science education.  Dave has a MS from UT in Quantum Physics, and a BS from North Carolina State University.   When not working as an Assistant Instructor or coding, Dave enjoys hiking and visiting local museums with his wife and two boys. 
 
Hosted by the Physics Education Forum and co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Writing Group.