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Humans of the GI - Nicole Mölders

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In the office of Atmospheric Sciences Professor Nicole Mölders while she talks about the books that she’s written/co-written. Photo by Josh Hartman.
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“I also wrote a book, ‘How to dress for success in midlife’ which is a professional book that gives recipes of what to wear. The idea behind it was: a lot of stay-at-home moms, whose kids are gone, don’t know how to dress because they always went around in mommy jeans and t-shirt. Then they go back into the work life—what to wear for an interview, what to wear in the first week of a job so that you don’t buy clothes you don’t need, stuff like that. There’s also something I like to work on in my free time, which is to look at the insulation effects of clothes and that’s pretty cool applying physics concepts to my hobby.”

That sounds especially applicable living in Fairbanks.

“Yes that too. There are people who are doing that research seriously, for a living. So reading their papers and looking at their research, I like doing that.”

In the office of Atmospheric Sciences Professor Nicole Mölders while she talks about the books that she’s written/co-written.