Why evolution?

Posted on May 13, 2008. Filed under: My Evolution |

Having just had my mid-program review and been challenged to incorporate my previous experience as a science major into my portfolio, I have decided that the theory of evolution may provide an ideal bridge between my undergraduate and graduate school experiences. Evolution in the most basic terms is change, specifically change brought about in order to foster greater success. I see my development as a professional as a constant state of evolution. I am constantly trying new modes of thinking, communicating, learning, and doing in order to have the greatest success possible. My professional evolution has taken me far away from the likes of Darwin, chemical reactions, and molecular biology, but I still find myself able to view certain aspects of student affairs from a scientific standpoint. My ways of thinking are still evolving and ultimately that is what this blog is all about… documenting my evolution as it is happening. It’s a real time science experiment and I’m the subject.


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