I lucked out and had a great advisor. He gave me a focused project that I could do by myself in a timely manner, but still challenging enough to grow and learn from. The University now University of Louisiana at Monroe btw did not throw to much in my way. As far a facilities go I had a whole molecular lab to myself the whole time I was here. I there was a coast within a hundred miles I might not have graduated in two years. I might not be so happy if some of the other faculty had been my advisor, but there are enough good advisors here to make me think I am not the only masters student to have a positive experience at ULM.
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