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October 29 Keynote—The Challenge of Openness & Transparency in Scholarly Communication

Panel discussion with some of the biggest players influencing scholarly communication, moderated by Dean of CMU Libraries Keith Webster.


October 22 Keynote—Culture Change: Making Sharing the New Norm

Join a lively discussion with Erin McKiernan, an early-career neuroscientist and leading advocate for Open Access and Open Science. Erin will explore the powerful benefits of openness in scholarly research, the tension between personal success as a researcher and Open Science, and the need for reform in our academic evaluation and incentive systems. 49 more words


Affective Administration

This space needs no metanarrative. It’s form and function will emerge at a distance, like pointillism.

Today was given over to administrivia. Mostly it was boring, even (maybe especially) when the stakes are transparently clear and high. 575 more words

On A "Standard Narrative" About The PGR

A commentary by Bharath Vallabha on the function of the Philosophical Gourmet Report has been posted at Richard Heck’s blog. In the piece Vallabha invites reflection on a “standard narrative” about the PGR, namely that it provides a service to students. 13 more words


Call for Papers: Human Development Conference (HDC)

 2015 student-led University of Notre Dame Human Development Conference (HDC), Call for Papers.

Envision, Enact, Evaluate:
Sustaining Momentum in Development

The 7th Annual Human Development Conference… 198 more words

Undergraduate Students


The Graduate Students of English would like to congratulate some members on their accomplishments so far this year. You guys are working so hard, and you deserve to be recognized for it. 606 more words

Graduate Students