I feel: 🥵(hot)
Walked into work today, and it was a ghost town. It was also very muggy. We got to leave early yesterday afternoon since the air conditioning was turned off, but we figured it would get fixed by the time we came back the next day (today). … Turns out, there was a problem trying to turn it back on, and Howe Hall is a sauna. A sign on the door said faculty and staff were working remotely. This meant we all got to leave and find somewhere cooler to work. Jennifer and I went to the library and worked on preparing our resumes for applying to internships next summer.
We had our lunch and lecture in Elings Hall with Professor Jared Danielson. He was super friendly. He asked us about our research projects, and the lecture was much more of a discussion than a lecture. He shared some HCI research he had conducted such as screen capture lectures, computer versus paper testing, and even a tutorial for making a blood smear.
Since Howe Hall is too hot to get any work done, the 3D scanning team went home to work remotely. 😊(happy) I will finalize our presentation for tomorrow’s group meeting (the same presentation will be used for the Minnesota presentation on Monday).
Tidbit(s) of information:
• I wasn’t a 🥔(potato) yesterday. I worked on my resume and my website.
• Don’t take air conditioning for granted.