A nice card from the Bio Club students

I love my students. I especially like when they send me nice messages of encouragement. These take various forms, from emails thanking me for a class (sometimes years after they took it) to a warm handshake the last day of class thanking me for a great course. Trust me on this one; this is one of the things that I, as a professor, live for. It makes me feel appreciated in a field where you are not there to be popular, but to educate. You see, I am friendly enough, but I take my job *very* seriously. Oftentimes, this fact does not make me very popular, but it is also a part of the job. So, whenever I receive “thank you” notes, I treasure and cherish them, and I keep each and every one. This is an example of one.

Well, just yesterday (Feb 6, 2020) I found this beauty in my office’s mailbox:





If you like what I write, kindly spread the word about this blog; I’d really appreciate it.

**You can subscribe to my blog. Just go to the “Home” page, right hand side.

**For a list of all my scientific papers please click HERE.

**I wrote the first chapter on this technical book. And another chapter in this other technical book.

**I have authored two popular science books (so far). For my Amazon author page, click here.

**Here’s my Goodreads author page.

**Want to see more of the things I write? Go here for some other posts.

**Shoot me a message if you have any questions. (orpagan@yahoo.com)

**Here’s a link to my Facebook page

**Finally, my Twitter handle: @Baldscientist

**For the customary (and very important) disclaimers please go to my “About” page…

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