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Overcoming challenges in an upside-down world

Anna Nordseth published an article in Science's Working Life column about some of the challenges she has faced during her PhD. Hopefully, other students and professionals going through difficult times will relate to this bravely personal article. Completing a PhD or any graduate degree is stressful without life throwing additional curveballs: let's learn from each other, have compassion for each other, and find ways to support each other. https://www.sciencemag.org/careers/2020/07/get-through-personal-crisis-i-found-surprising-source-comfort-work

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