Before our dear sister, Cathy, departed San Diego for Arizona before departing for Maryland on a cross-country road trip, dear sister Amy had the grand idea of taking the weekend off to visit her in Anthem, Arizona (where the in-laws reside). I had already been in the summer, but this would be Amy’s first time there and one last way to prolong our separation.
Here are highlights from my last visit, June 29 – July 4:
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I stumbled upon this article about networking: 19 Tips That Will Make You a Networking Master
Stand-outs from the article, for me:
- Set a goal for each event
- eg. meet 5 new people, start 3 conversations
- Ask open-ended questions (I’ve read this elsewhere as well)
- How’d you get started v. How long have you worked there?
- What do you like to do outside of work?
- Use a non-awkward closer
- “It’s been so great chatting with you, but I have a few more people to connect with.”
- Get contact info and jot down notes about each person/conversation
But the tip that stood out the most to me: Continue reading Networking
UC San Diego’s annual Founders Celebration was in mid-November, and–for the first time since I became a Triton–I learned about and attended the Founders Symposium on November 12, 2015 (yes, this post is very belated).
The evening began with a reception and a poster showcase featuring undergraduates and their innovative research. After partaking of the delicious hors d’ouerves and cider mocktails, I was able to talk to a couple of students about the programs they were involved in.
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There are 20 Christina Luu’s in the United States (howmanyofme.com). There are 40 Christina Luu’s on LinkedIn. There is another Christina Luu in San Diego whose swimsuit photos keep popping up on Google Image searches of my name.
And then… there’s me.
Is it me you’re looking for?