Catalyzing the transition from student to scientist—a model for graduate research training

@inproceedings{Isaak1999CatalyzingTT,
  title={Catalyzing the transition from student to scientist—a model for graduate research training},
  author={Daniel J. Isaak and Wayne A. Hubert},
  year={1999}
}
W hether students enter graduate school intent on becoming ecologists, molecular biologists, or limnologists, all have one thing in common: they will emerge as what society calls scientists. For this to be more than just a title, students must develop the disciplined, critically thinking, and creative minds that are the hallmarks of scientists. Although graduate school is a continuation of the education process, it differs markedly from previous education. Undergraduate students are rewarded… CONTINUE READING

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