Welcome to My Blog
Hi, I’m Josephine, a chemical engineer by day, a bookworm and blogger by night. On this blog, I share my learning journey from reading, observations, and life experiences.
About Josephine Elia
Originally from Indonesia and having lived in 6 states in the US, I now end up in the sprawling city of Houston. I have a serious case of bibliophilia, a deep desire to learn and understand the world, humanity, and myself. This motivates the posts I write on this website. I hold a B.S. degree from MIT and a PhD from Princeton University in Chemical Engineering, but I consider education as an interdisciplinary and lifelong pursuit.
Engineer. Bookworm. Learner. Writer.
All the World’s a Classroom is a personal motto to remind myself that there’s something to glean from all nations, places, and people, which I access largely through books.
I believe that life is about learning, that education never stops, and that we need to always strive towards the betterment of ourselves, our work, and our relationships. I find it most thrilling when I meet like-minded people who strive to live the same way. If you are passionate about learning and reading, then I think we can be (blog) friends! Start here to get a feel of what the site is about.
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If you’re here from the Chemical Engineering community, please find the link to my list of publications below. Visit me on ResearchGate or Google Scholar for the full publications and citations profile.
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Disclosure: The links to products in this site are Amazon Affiliate links, which means that each time you purchase something through those links, I get a small commission without you paying any extra. Of course you don’t have to use them, but if you want to chip-in towards content creation for this blog, I’d really appreciate it!