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reflection - Ankur Gupta Dr. Moekle PWR 2 7 June 2006...

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Ankur Gupta Dr. Moekle PWR 2 7 June 2006 Reflection I came into this class with the same confidence that I had in my research topic- shaky, at best. However, the rationale for choosing this course, among the others offered, was fairly solid. I wanted to take a class in which, to be frank, I did not have to BS my way through. With an academic background in the sciences and an left-brain dominant mind, this class was the perfect match. Choosing my actual research topic was not nearly as straightforward as choosing the PWR2 class though. Instead of picking a standard topic from the given list, I opted, on a whim, to research an issue which I had just recently heard about on the news and knew nothing about: the India-US nuclear energy deal. My topic was more about the politics of the deal than the actual energy source like most others, and being premed, I definitely was not accustomed to doing this kind of policy research. With five years of microbiology research experience, excessively thorough
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PWR 194 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '07 term at Stanford.

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