Interview

Researcher Spotlight: An Interview With Chamode Wijayasekera

Reflections on researching as an undergraduate

Design credits: Rochelle Silva

As a continuation of earlier articles (1, 2) about sharing research experiences with undergraduates, I had a chat with another friend of mine, Chamode, whom I got to know during my time at the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. He is currently…

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PhD student @ NTU 🇸🇬| Logophile | Artist| Wanderer | Coffee Lover | Sri Lankan| https://linktr.ee/rochellesilva | Buy me a ☕https://bit.ly/399XKRX

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