Another one bites the dust

This post has nothing to do with science. There won’t even be a brief mention of it.
Today is a b-school day.
A program that had been on my list since Day 1 is officially gone.
I spoke with an amazing alumna, who was exceptionally forthcoming. No brochure or campus visit could have been this informative. Honestly.
I was mildly excited about the program until she dropped the bomb: bad teachers. *record scratches*
Like, 50% of them…despite their brilliance. (BW’s “teaching quality” grade corroborated this).
I know the MBA is all about opportunities and opened doors, but I can’t get past bad teaching. I just can’t.
And I certainly can’t get past it for $100K.
Two fewer essays to write…

Shape-Shifter 2.0 (Part 2)

After consulting my highly trusted army of advisers, I’ve decided to get an MBA.
Yes, that’s right…the degree that I had ruled out since sophomore year.

Who are these advisers, you ask?
Who could possibly change [my] mind and make [me] question [my] sophomoric, sophomore-year decision?
The President? Dr. deGrasse Tyson? A Ninja Turtle?
NO!
A couple of science folk. One is a C-suite officer and the other is an entrepreneur.
They’re where I want to be, and their words carry weight.

My eyes have been opened.

It’s the Age of Enlightenment here at Green Eggs & Lab.
The science-MBA light shineth brightly.
Handeth me my Blu-Blockers and a giant visor.