Starting Tuesday, January 22, the senior graduate students of the MAESTRO Lab launched a peer teaching series known as the MAESTRO Workshop, where younger students will learn from the more experienced on topics of programming, technical writing, technical presentation, laboratory practices, and many other areas. The Workshops will be held biweekly in HRBB 702 from 8:30AM to 10:00AM, and all are welcome.
The Workshop is the brainchild of PhD student Pedro Leal, who has spent the last few years mentoring many undergraduate and new graduate researchers in exactly the areas he proposes to teach on. Other senior grad students will contribute to both leading and participating in the discussions. The overall goal is to increase team efficiency and the quality of our results and communications. This new activity clearly represents the dedication to excellence exhibited by all members of the MAESTRO