Opinion

Op-Ed Opinion Up-Saclay

Assessment System at Up-Saclay: The Fabulous Four

Even since I came to the University of Paris Saclay (Up-Saclay), I have been facing a new education curriculum and more specifically a new assessment system – vastly different from my undergraduate experience back in Bangladesh. Over the last seven months, I have found this distinct system pretty powerful for learning, and surely less stressful […]

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Education Opinion Up-Saclay

Masterial: Brainstorming in Time Pressure

Time flies over us but leaves its shadow behind. It’s been five months since I came to Paris, but I feel like I arrived here yesterday. However, when I looked back to my last 150 days, I saw (so many) interesting and significant events in my memory. Some of those were smooth, some were painful, […]

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Opinion

My Career Trajectory: Plant Science to Neuroscience

Since March 21, I have been feeling confused. I have been confused about my career trajectory. The reason behind that is my ‘research career.’ More specifically, I felt perplexed due to my two-fold research interest (Neuroscience vs. Plant Molecular Biology). When I was admitted to the university, I had a generic dream —to be a […]

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Education Opinion

Masters in Bangladesh: A False Hope

Some Irrefutable questions Masters in Bangladesh —After the most exhausting break of my student life, I will finally sit for my master’s exam on 31st January 2021. It was supposed to start in April 2019, but the pandemic postponed my master’s exam like it has been doing for many other things in human life throughout […]

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