Howdy, Namaste, Hola and Bonjour! Happy New Year everyone! NSA is back with the January edition of SPOTLIGHT OF THE MONTH. He is none other than Dr. Keshav Karki, Ph. D. Toxicology, who has recently completed his doctorate degree in Toxicology and has started a post-doctorate in the same field.
The NSA Spotlight Of The Month features different individuals like professors, post-docs and PhD students, graduates and undergraduates of Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas, where one among these candidates will share some of his/her valuable suggestions about the career on their field of expertise as well as some interesting facts about them.
This is done with an objective to maintain harmony as well as motivate the candidates to strive towards Excellence. As always if you have any recommendation, do write to us your views using our Contact page as we will be really glad to include them.
| NSA Spotlight of the Month December 2019: Dikshya Khanal | “Success is always on the other side of the comfort zone” – Dikshya Khanal Howdy, Namaste, Hola and Bonjour everyone! NSA is back with the December edition of SPOTLIGHT OF THE MONTH.Any Guesses??? (Hint: She loves to hang out
| NSA Spotlight of the Month NOVEMBER 2019: Roshan Paudel | “Walk the road you run, Dance the song you sing and feel the air you breathe. It will add value to what you are.” Howdy, Namaste, Hola and Bonjour everyone! NSA is back with the November edition of SPOTLIGHT
| NSA Spotlight of the Month SEPTEMBER 2019: Dr. Sushil Paudyal | “My field is quite unique in the sense that not many people want to work with animals and get dirty. I want to suggest everyone to visit an agriculture farm by themselves, at least to know where your
| NSA Spotlight of the Month AUGUST 2019: Dr. Bimal Nepal | “We have tremendous potential in engineering to make the world a better place. As an Aggie, Think Big! Success will follow you. Even if you are freshmen, there are a lot of opportunities like Undergraduate Summer Research Grant,
| NSA Spotlight of the Month JULY 2019: Rupesh Shrestha | “Graduating from a small liberal-arts college, and being an international student provide you with a very limited number of research opportunities in the initial phase of your career. This can turn out to be a little intimidating when you