Patricia Jaimes – PhD Student

  • On The Awesomeness of Graduate Students - Sometimes it is so much easier to focus on the negative in life – and work – than the positives. This week I have been reflecting on how awesome my graduate students and postdocs are, both former and current. There is something transformative about working in a lab where lab members look out for each […]
  • GRL Graduate Student Patricia Jaimes Receives Neil Research Award - Patricia Jaimes has received the MSU Department of Geological Sciences Neil Research Award. Paty will use this award to fund data collection and presentation of research findings for her project, Within and Beyond the Leaky Pipeline:Understanding Minority Student Transitions in Earth System Science. Congratulations, Paty!
  • GRL Graduate Student Paty Jaimes Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship - The Geocognition Research Lab is proud to announce that first-year graduate student Patricia (Paty) Jaimes is the proud recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship! Paty’s research project, Within and Beyond the Leaky Pipeline: Understanding Minority Student Transitions in Earth System Science, will allow her to explore the underlying causes of the lack […]
  • GRL student Patricia Jaimes receives award! - Patricia Jaimes, a first-year student in the Geocognition Research Lab, has received the 2016 Tracy A. Hammer Award for Professional Development from the Michigan State University College of Natural Sciences. This award is made even more special because Fellow first-year graduate student Caitlin Kirby made the nomination. Congratulations to both students! To quote from Caitlin’s […]
  • Welcome Paty Jaimes to the GRL! - The GRL is pleased to announce that Paty Jaimes has officially joined the lab, and is already hard at work helping to reorganize space and enter data. Welcome, Paty, and good luck over the next few years as you become a geocognitist!