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So I was working on an entry about a Plan B for this summer, just in case I didn't get into any REUs for this summer because I've been that worried about that lately. This plan involved staying in Atlanta, finding a place to stay, working, and maybe hanging around Agnes and doing my own independent research.

But just a few minutes ago, I was digging through my Sent Items folder, looking for something, and I noticed the little (1) next to my inbox that wasn't there a few minutes ago. Because I'm that easily distracted, I went to check my inbox. I didn't recognize the "from" person, but I most certainly knew that subject: 2007 Clemson REU Invitation.

Yes, invitation. I knew what that meant, and my assumption was correct when I opened it.

I got in.

Yes, I got in. Meaning I won't have to go to Plan B (which wasn't terrible on the whole; it just wasn't what I wanted). Which totally, completely, awesomely rocks.

The catch?

I have to let them know by the seventh. Yes, of March. Luckily, they're flexible and will give me more time if I let them know. This is good, considering some of the REUs I applied for won't start reading applications until tomorrow, and there are a couple I want to hear from before deciding.

Still, I got in somewhere. Which completely rocks. Didn't I say that already?

On a completely different note, last night during lab Dr. DePree was telling us how to find Orion's nebula. We know where that is, of course, but the description is priceless: "Go to Orion, and it's below Orion's belt. See the three stars? One should look a little fuzzy to you." *dies laughing* Now why did I forget this last night?

Also, this comic amuses me. Science and math explain everything, including heartbreak.


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Feb. 28th, 2007 09:28 pm (UTC)
What is an REU? And congrates on getting in. :)
Feb. 28th, 2007 09:32 pm (UTC)
Thanks! It's a Research Experience for Undergraduates, and they have them for various math/science fields. Mine's in math, so basically I get paid to play with numbers do research this summer.
Feb. 28th, 2007 11:54 pm (UTC)
Congratulations! :)
Mar. 1st, 2007 01:32 pm (UTC)
Mar. 1st, 2007 07:04 pm (UTC)
What exactley is REU? I'm glad you are excited. :)
Mar. 1st, 2007 07:52 pm (UTC)
A REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) is a summer research program in the sciences and maths. Mine's in math, so I'll get paid to play with numbers do important research this summer, which rocks.
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