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From Pipeline to Pulpit: Expanding Excellent and Diverse Leadership in UCC Parish Ministry

This week’s post is written by Rev. Kathy Clark and Rev. Malcolm Himschoot of the Ministerial Excellence, Support and Authorization (MESA) Team within the UCC’s national setting.  945 more words

When Women are the Problem for Women in Tech

This past week, I read Meg Nordmann‘s post Why ALL Women in Tech are Women-In-Tech. She writes, “A fellow female (who is a very talented software engineer) told me to my face today that I am “NOT a woman in tech.” … Her reasoning: I was a marketer.” If you haven’t yet read her post, it’s definitely worth the read. 886 more words



The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie — deliberate, contrived and dishonest —
but the myth — persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic. 249 more words

This is how science can finally start to fix itself

In the popular imagination, the work of scientists is marked by a series of “Eureka!” moments. But most science is not about glorious flashes of insight.  418 more words

MAP Workshop Data Analysis and Initial Thoughts

An analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from the MAP Workshop has now been conducted using selective coding from grounded theory methods. This PhD research project is a multi-phasic study using an Intervention Mapping (IM) Approach, comprising three data sets in total. 4,125 more words

Maternal Alienation

Australian Preferred PM: Biased Sampling?

As the debate between the “Liberal Party of Australia” and the “Australian Labor Party” continues to stir day by day, polls display a 51% ALP preference for preferred Prime Minister to a 49% Coalition preference, but does this data display a true representation, or are the figures biased? 23 more words

Economics & Politics

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