Entries by Natalie Schoenfeld

What I Didn’t Expect to Learn from my First Research Experiment

Starting a new adventure at any point in life can be daunting, especially in college. When I first applied for my research position in an EEG lab (Electroencephalogram lab measuring brain activity), I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into as this was all new territory for a second-year neuroscience student. However, once I […]

The Hardest Choice I’ve Made as a College Student

When I was in high school, I thought the hardest choice I’d make in college was figuring out my major. People only seemed to ask if I had picked one yet. Although picking a major is a daunting decision to make, there are other important choices that will come later in college.

Lace Up Those Kicks for Global Running Day with These 5 Tips!

If you’re a college student, chances are you haven’t had much time on your hands to focus on running or had the patience to really ease into it during the school year. Now that it’s summer and today is Global Running Day, it’s time to begin! As I former runner, I had to start from the bottom […]

Uncover the Benefits to Study Abroad Programs

If you haven’t studied abroad but will soon, you’re in for an amazing adventure! Those who have done study abroad programs understand that there are some hidden benefits you must be aware of before departing for your trip across the ocean (or the border). Below are a few I have come across during my trip abroad […]

A Timeline for Your Midterm Studying

Many often wonder when the right time to start studying for upcoming midterms is, and usually put it off and end up cramming through the night before their tests. Obviously, this approach is very ineffective if the material you are learning needs to be utilized in your future career. To get the most out of […]

4 Ways To Go Green on Your Campus

Being a college student can not only be expensive, but it can be very wasteful as well. The plastic water bottles you bring to class each day and the paper cup full of coffee you throw away can add up each day and each semester. Our generation can make a difference in the environment now, […]

Traveling as a student: 4 things to prepare for before going on a trip

Whether it be before for a job, break, or vacation, traveling during a college semester is so much more stressful than it was in high school. On your next trip, make sure you read these tips to have a successful time away:

Should you apply to be a Cengage Student Ambassador?

Look no further! We have rounded up more information on the program and have added the link to apply right here! Have any more questions? Ask below!   Natalie is a neuroscience major on a pre-medical track at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She is a member of Nu Rho Si, a neuroscience […]

Ace your final exams with these top 5 notetaking tips

Believe it or not, final exams are just around the corner. If you have found that you’re stuck in a rut with the same old notetaking, using other methods may be beneficial to you and may ensure that you can better recall the material from lecture. Below I have offered 5 notetaking tips to help […]

4 ways exercise helps improve your grades

Do you feel that no matter how much you study that some things just don’t stick to memory? Well, you’re not alone. Many college students across the country study for hours and still get grades that are average or below on their midterms. If you feel like you’re in the same boat, I’m here to […]