How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby finley » 02 Jun 2011, 14:39

GuyInTaiwan wrote:It's all right because now you're an English teacher in Taiwan, so the joke is on you! :raspberry:


How dare you, Guy! :eek: I may have studied psychology, but I would never stoop to that.
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby yuli » 02 Jun 2011, 14:40

GuyInTaiwan wrote:How many of you have worked in a field related to such studies?

Don't have a degree of the kind you are asking about but plenty of technology related work experience in several countries
(radio, electronics, electrics, IT). :)
 
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby GuyInTaiwan » 02 Jun 2011, 14:49

finley: I did stoop to that. :cry:
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby scomargo » 02 Jun 2011, 15:07

irishstu wrote:Electronics. It has limited use in my job (tech writer).

I'm about the same as what irishstu wrote. Although I can't claim to be as handsome. :neutral:
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby saddletramp » 02 Jun 2011, 15:55

Electronics, and I have used it professionally for 30 years. Except now I am an aspiring Sandwich Artist.
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby urodacus » 02 Jun 2011, 16:04

masters and doctorate in neuroscience and neuropharmacology, bachelors in organic chemistry and pharmacology, many years working in diverse field biology and biochemistry positions before ten years as a professor (pathophysiology and premed), nearly ten now as an editor for molecular biology, and now managing curriculum development in a science grad university (physics, neuroscience, evolution, etc)...

Oh, and I like cooking.
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby divea » 02 Jun 2011, 16:11

urodacus wrote:masters and doctorate in neuroscience and neuropharmacology, bachelors in organic chemistry and pharmacology, many years working in diverse field biology and biochemistry positions before ten years as a professor (pathophysiology and premed), nearly ten now as an editor for molecular biology, and now managing curriculum development in a science grad university (physics, neuroscience, evolution, etc)...

Oh, and I like cooking.

Isn't that impressive! :thumbsup:
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby finley » 02 Jun 2011, 16:17

urodacus wrote:masters and doctorate in neuroscience and neuropharmacology, bachelors in organic chemistry and pharmacology, many years working in diverse field biology and biochemistry positions before ten years as a professor (pathophysiology and premed), nearly ten now as an editor for molecular biology, and now managing curriculum development in a science grad university (physics, neuroscience, evolution, etc)...

Oh, and I like cooking.


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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby GuyInTaiwan » 02 Jun 2011, 16:27

saddletramp: Why the switch to the sandwich?
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Re: How Many People Have a Background in Maths, Sci, Eng, Med, etc.?

Postby saddletramp » 02 Jun 2011, 16:34

I want to be able to start it up, train some kids, and semi-retire.
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