Monthly Archives: May 2012

I’ll Have a Waiter to Go, Please

Not long after graduation, I found out about the alumni association. Having just started my career and short on money, I wasn’t interested in financial support to a group that was associated with the higher learning institution that sucked the … Continue reading

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Office Space, the project not the movie

As part of my job as a project engineer at the Monsanto electronics plant in South Carolina, I also performed facilities tasks. The plant was growing and hiring more engineers and other technical staff. Providing offices for these additional people … Continue reading

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Sticking to it

Today I’m providing a post that was previously published on enableher.com, a website devoted to all things the working female needs to balance work and personal life, career development, and other issues. Check it out sometime! The New York Times … Continue reading

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Not Defined by an Office

One might think the office environment of an engineer would be rife with desks of solid wood, chairs of finest leather, four walls and a door. And one might be right, sometimes. I thought I’d reflect on the “offices” I’ve … Continue reading

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