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What’s Your 6-Word Memoir?

Dr. Sharon Milgram, director of the Office of Intramural Training and Education, shared some of the sample 6-word memoirs offered by attendees at the recent grad school fair:

Antibiotic resistance, let’s not die yet

Ask questions, solve problems, save lives

Becoming a blessing by giving myself

Black girls excel in science too

Daughter of immigrants, seeking health justice

Good science can end health disparities

Lifelong service of medically underserved communities

NMR spectrometry is the best spectrometry

Nothing can contain me, even word counts

Providing culturally sensitive mental health services

Science as service, learning as love

Staying determined no matter the storm

These loans aren’t gonna pay themselves

Passionate about science, engineering and food

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