Now that you’ve had a peek into Mumu’s bookshelf, it’s time for me to share a bit about what I’ve been reading. (And yes, I had to scroll through Goodreads to actually remember what I read in 2016). We can all agree that 2016 was a pretty miserable year, but these books kept me going. […]
It’s nearly winter break (after I get through this a stack of ungraded exams)! For me, this means marathon reading sessions curled up with a blanket, coffee, and kindle. In the spirit of the season, I share with you all a glimpse into my 2016 bookshelf. Favorite Book of the Year: My Brilliant Friend by […]
Happiest of new years, dearest listeners! To ease in to 2016, we present to you another installment of our (Micro)bio series. It’s only three minutes! So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and learn all about Tiffany Gasbarrini, Senior Editor for Power, Energy and Sustainability Engineering at Springer Nature.
Not to be outdone by Mumu, I thought it might be fun to share the things that I’ve been reading. I like to try to mix in a few non-fiction books into my mostly fiction book list but sometimes, it’s just so hard to resist a good spy thriller. So, here we go: Just finished: […]
In my ongoing quest to convince others that engineers are people too, I thought I’d share a few books from my queue. Work is always full of robots and computers, so my reading list usually skews away from “technical” topics. Don’t worry, we’ll be back with plenty of science-y goodness. But today, let’s take a dive into my […]