Of course not–I don’t even know who the experts are. I’m a student, I’ve never been to a conference, and I wouldn’t know who the experts are–unless they are in my textbooks.
I am not an expert in any field, but I’m really interested in something, and I read articles about that thing, and I know who the experts are in that field.
I really love something, and I read everything about it, including academic research. I know who the thought leaders are in this field, and I would love to work with one of them. I hope I can do that when I’m in college or graduate school...
Yes! I have begun collaborating with an expert in my field, and I’ve published (or am close to publishing) some of our results. I’ve spoken at a conference, or I’ve presented my findings/results to experts.
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