Week 3 has gone by a little too quick. I am starting to worry that time is going to fly by. However it makes sense since this week has been very productive. My mentor is out of the country for the next two weeks so I have been working on getting him the results he asked for and more.
I began my week meeting with a Brazilian delegation regarding Brazil's new legislation, RenovaBio, which is one of their efforts to fulfill their commitment in the Paris Climate Agreement, and ended the week consoling parents sobbing on the phone as they frantically try to figure out wh
Last Saturday OSA hosted their annual “celebration of Inclusion.” OSA just happens to be positioned at the very start of the DC Pride Parade so each year they throw a party on the back patio with food and drinks and music for everyone to enjoy while the parade goes right by.
This week has just flown by! On Friday (of last week) I sat down with Sarah C. and Amanda N. and we discussed my exhibit ideas. We narrowed it down to two, one that I determined was easy and the other would be challenging.
This week has been the first real week for me in terms of doing my work and getting settled in. I have expectations I must meet at NASA every day and I have created a daily schedule/routine that works for me; finding time to meal prep, commute, study, go to the gym, etc.