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Advice to STEM Students: Seek to Work ‘With People You Respect on Projects You Admire’

Yale News
October 18, 2016

"In a Q&A with Katherine Miller ’05, a patent expert in the Boston office of Cooley LLP, Thomas described her own career trajectory. Trained as a cell biologist, she decided while still at Yale that she did not want to go into research. Two of her reasons — that she didn’t think she’d be good at supervising a staff or overseeing large amounts of money — were really based in her own inexperience at that stage of her life, she noted, as she did become proficient in those areas later in her career."

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