A new story from Papa Phd Podcast
Hi there. Reaching. The end of season one of Papa Peach and today I just wanted to thank all the listeners out there who've been following the show around the world. It's been quite humbling to see the show grow as it did in this first year. So again, one of the things that I wanted to today's to thank you you were out there thinking about your. About your masters degree and thinking about what your career can look like in the future. I really hope that the conversations that I've been sharing on the show have inspired you in your journey. Welcome to pop up each with David Mendez the podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa PD. I feel extremely grateful for having had guests that spanned so many different academic domains from the life sciences to engineering to psychology to literature. The reach of these conversations has by far surpassed. What I had imagined was possible when I set out to launch the PODCAST. So I also want to send out my heartfelt thanks to all the guests who have been unpopularity on this first season. Looking back on all these conversations and thinking of you, the listener who is thinking about your future about what path to take about what decisions to make. I feel that one of the common threads having come out of all these conversations and that he's may be the most important. was allowing yourself to experiment during your graduate degree, not only with your research. But importantly, outside of it, this can take the form of getting involved in student societies volunteering in outreach projects being part of communities around supports or creativity. But also internships and industry or taking breaks where you try something completely different before embarking on a new chapter of your academic life. Another common thread that I feel is very important has to do with how you perceive yourself as an academic as a researcher as a candidate for.