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The fact that we know nothing. Its constantly evolving and changing with technology and the diversity of human beings means that there will never come a time where we are able to adequately explain everything about ourselves. When I realised I understood and could draw the ingrediants of a shampoo bottle I was reading in the shower.

PHY Neuroscience of communication, sensory and control systems. The Unit coordinator Ramesh Rajan knows everyone's names and uses them, and delivers lectures and labs in a way that is clearly collaborative with students. What was the biggest misconception you had about studying science before you started your course?

Are you involved in any extra-curricular activities? What have you gained from these activities? I mentor with Access Monash, and am a Resident Advisor within my hall. Because my experience has been shaped by amazing people that had the right knowledge and experiences to help and I want to do that for someone else. Home Courses Library Donate. Previous menu Toggle navigation. The loss rates were too high, and basically couldn't sustain it.

None of them had any credit experience. And V. But then you eventually went on to become a venture capitalist.

It was a big transition. You go from kind of being a player on the field to being a coach. One of them is: only pick one thing to really focus on. Not Also, just keep asking questions; not directing, but asking questions and just trying to be helpful overall. Do you ever invest in a founder rather than invest in an idea?

There are times when we just see a phenomenal C. You invested in Lending Club and then were on the board. Were there any signs of some of the troubles to come? Oh, dear. They had a phenomenal executive team, especially when they were like a Series C or D company.

But they never added to it. There were a lot of things like that, where they just maybe were a couple steps too late in adding some more seasoned executive talent. I was reading The Economist on my last European plane flight, and they think the next Democratic candidate will run on an anti-tech platform.

I think that's highly possible. I think we need to really embrace the responsibility of how many lives we impact and how those lives are touched. I think society is going to have a come-to-Jesus moment about what the true state of privacy is. It isn't existent today, and I think people are just sort of blissfully ignorant of that fact.

If you look at these companies and what they have on you, I think most people would be highly alarmed. Is the tech backlash affecting how you think about investing in companies?

I think being in companies that we believe are at least net positive is the right thing to do. As my old C. Have you felt discriminated against as a woman? I grew up truly hating the fact I was born a woman. Just really pissed off that that was the hand I was dealt. The guys had better toys, people watched men play sports. Guys just got to do all the fun things. At school, the boys could wear shorts when it was degrees in the summer; the girls had to wear pants.

So I grew up with racetracks, remote control cars, chemistry sets and horses. I know how to hunt and I know how to fish and I can play poker, because my dad really wanted a boy but never got one. So that's how I learned math. But I think being a woman was often actually helpful to me. Like when I was in engineering, being one of the only women was somewhat helpful, to be honest. Did I have inappropriate comments?

But I would just fire back, because that's how I was raised. Latest Updates Updated Oct.

Are you involved in any extra-curricular activities? What have you gained from these activities? I mentor with Access Monash, and am a Resident Advisor within my hall. Because my experience has been shaped by amazing people that had the right knowledge and experiences to help and I want to do that for someone else. Home Courses Library Donate. Previous menu Toggle navigation. Why study science at Monash? Skip to content Skip to navigation. Why did you decide to study Science?

I was able to do what I wanted as soon as I started and every step of my academic career is meaningful What is your favourite aspect of studying science? What do you plan to do when you graduate? I don't know yet. Then the company got greedy and decided to go into subprime. The loss rates were too high, and basically couldn't sustain it. None of them had any credit experience. And V. But then you eventually went on to become a venture capitalist. It was a big transition.

You go from kind of being a player on the field to being a coach. One of them is: only pick one thing to really focus on. Not Also, just keep asking questions; not directing, but asking questions and just trying to be helpful overall.

Do you ever invest in a founder rather than invest in an idea? There are times when we just see a phenomenal C. You invested in Lending Club and then were on the board. Were there any signs of some of the troubles to come? Oh, dear. They had a phenomenal executive team, especially when they were like a Series C or D company.

But they never added to it. There were a lot of things like that, where they just maybe were a couple steps too late in adding some more seasoned executive talent. I was reading The Economist on my last European plane flight, and they think the next Democratic candidate will run on an anti-tech platform. I think that's highly possible. I think we need to really embrace the responsibility of how many lives we impact and how those lives are touched.

I think society is going to have a come-to-Jesus moment about what the true state of privacy is. It isn't existent today, and I think people are just sort of blissfully ignorant of that fact.

If you look at these companies and what they have on you, I think most people would be highly alarmed. Is the tech backlash affecting how you think about investing in companies?

I think being in companies that we believe are at least net positive is the right thing to do. As my old C. Have you felt discriminated against as a woman? I grew up truly hating the fact I was born a woman. Just really pissed off that that was the hand I was dealt.

The guys had better toys, people watched men play sports. Guys just got to do all the fun things. At school, the boys could wear shorts when it was degrees in the summer; the girls had to wear pants. So I grew up with racetracks, remote control cars, chemistry sets and horses. I know how to hunt and I know how to fish and I can play poker, because my dad really wanted a boy but never got one.

So that's how I learned math. But I think being a woman was often actually helpful to me. Like when I was in engineering, being one of the only women was somewhat helpful, to be honest. Did I have inappropriate comments? But I would just fire back, because that's how I was raised.

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What have you gained from these activities? I mentor with Access Monash, and am a Resident Advisor within my hall. Because my experience has been shaped by amazing people that had the right knowledge and experiences to help and I want to do that for someone else.

Home Courses Library Donate. Previous menu Toggle navigation. Why study science at Monash? Skip to content Skip to navigation. Why did you decide to study Science? I was able to do what I wanted as soon as I started and every step of my academic career is meaningful What is your favourite aspect of studying science?

What do you plan to do when you graduate? I don't know yet. And that's okay. The company had the patent for real-time approval of credit online, and when we were doing prime and superprime credit, we were doing great. Then the company got greedy and decided to go into subprime. The loss rates were too high, and basically couldn't sustain it.

None of them had any credit experience. And V. But then you eventually went on to become a venture capitalist. It was a big transition. You go from kind of being a player on the field to being a coach. One of them is: only pick one thing to really focus on. Not Also, just keep asking questions; not directing, but asking questions and just trying to be helpful overall. Do you ever invest in a founder rather than invest in an idea?

There are times when we just see a phenomenal C. You invested in Lending Club and then were on the board. Were there any signs of some of the troubles to come? Oh, dear. They had a phenomenal executive team, especially when they were like a Series C or D company.

But they never added to it. There were a lot of things like that, where they just maybe were a couple steps too late in adding some more seasoned executive talent. I was reading The Economist on my last European plane flight, and they think the next Democratic candidate will run on an anti-tech platform. I think that's highly possible. I think we need to really embrace the responsibility of how many lives we impact and how those lives are touched. I think society is going to have a come-to-Jesus moment about what the true state of privacy is.

It isn't existent today, and I think people are just sort of blissfully ignorant of that fact. If you look at these companies and what they have on you, I think most people would be highly alarmed. Is the tech backlash affecting how you think about investing in companies? I think being in companies that we believe are at least net positive is the right thing to do. As my old C. Have you felt discriminated against as a woman? I grew up truly hating the fact I was born a woman.

Just really pissed off that that was the hand I was dealt. The guys had better toys, people watched men play sports. Guys just got to do all the fun things. At school, the boys could wear shorts when it was degrees in the summer; the girls had to wear pants. So I grew up with racetracks, remote control cars, chemistry sets and horses. I know how to hunt and I know how to fish and I can play poker, because my dad really wanted a boy but never got one.

So that's how I learned math. But I think being a woman was often actually helpful to me. Like when I was in engineering, being one of the only women was somewhat helpful, to be honest.

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I mentor with Access Monash, and am a Resident Advisor within my hall. Because my experience has been shaped by amazing people that had the right knowledge and experiences to help and I want to do that for someone else. Home Courses Library Donate. Previous menu Toggle navigation. Why study science at Monash? Skip to content Skip to navigation. Why did you decide to study Science?

I was able to do what I wanted as soon as I started and every step of my academic career is meaningful What is your favourite aspect of studying science?

What do you plan to do when you graduate? I don't know yet. And that's okay. What has been the highlight of your science degree so far? My grandparents were around and they had cattle. So we got to feed baby cows and do all of that. I have a baby cow in the front lawn, and a pony and chickens and a peacock in the back yard.

It's really important for my kids to know where food comes from. What did you study in school? I went to Mizzou and studied chemical engineering.

But I worked at a nuclear research reactor when I was there. Mizzou has the highest-powered nuclear research reactor in the country, and so what comes with that are some really cool geeky things, like the space crystals from NASA and the O-rings from the space shuttle and all kinds of super magnets and semiconductors and all that great stuff. It probably informs my being a V. What did you learn from your time there?

But there's a certain amount of commonality within everyone there. People work very hard, they're very ethically kind of focused, and they're very Type A and data-driven and quantitative. Is that kind of uniformity a good thing? There are times when it's a good thing, when it's more a momentum play, perhaps. If you get group think going, it's really hard to break out of that. What was your first job in Silicon Valley?

I came out to the Valley in and started my first job at NextCard. I was employee Mike Moritz was on the board. I ended up leading the marketing effort and the company went public. It went public. And then it lost 98 percent of its value in one day.

The bottom fell out and it was worth nothing. Was it a failure of the markets or a failure of the company? It was a failure of the company entirely. The company had the patent for real-time approval of credit online, and when we were doing prime and superprime credit, we were doing great. Then the company got greedy and decided to go into subprime. The loss rates were too high, and basically couldn't sustain it. None of them had any credit experience. And V. But then you eventually went on to become a venture capitalist.

It was a big transition. You go from kind of being a player on the field to being a coach. One of them is: only pick one thing to really focus on. Not Also, just keep asking questions; not directing, but asking questions and just trying to be helpful overall.

Do you ever invest in a founder rather than invest in an idea? There are times when we just see a phenomenal C. You invested in Lending Club and then were on the board. Were there any signs of some of the troubles to come?