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About Simon Ogundare
I'm currently a first-year student at Columbia University majoring in Neuroscience and Behaviour. I was originally born in New York City, yet have lived for the majority of my life in Nigeria and England. I'm passionate about research in medicine and climate science, and am looking forward to sharing what I've discovered as well as learn from my peers on the Scholars Network.
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I definitely agree with your comments on the time constraints of Summer A. Six weeks goes by quickly! I'm glad to hear that it has influenced your motivation for your project in the f...
- What new ideas, challenges, or other issues have you encountered with regard to your project (this might include data collection, information that contradicts your assumptions or the assert...
I definitely agree with the importance of having an open mind and considering alternatives when it comes to live animal research, but also acknowledging the value animals have bro...
- What are some of the ethical issues that you are grappling with in your research? What are some of the ways in which you are responding to these questions?
While I think most of...
I'm really curious about whether you end up podcasting or making a digital exhibit – please keep us updated on your progress! I agree in that the digital media we saw durin...
- Last week the trainings and discussions we had cut across the disciplines. How does the interdisciplinary nature of this program, the fact that students are focusing on such a diverse range...
I definitely agree that it's important to recognize that the ways leadership manifests is often different in different scenarios. I think that's it's also extremely helpful not ...
1. How has your understanding of leadership changed from our workshops on this topic (or has it)?
When I've been asked to describe it in the past, it's been challenging trying to explain...