The August graduation, held on the 12th of the month, marked the end of summer school, and the start of the Fall semester is little over a week away. 180 more words
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I recently gave a talk for the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education about the importance of claiming our identity as academic writers. This topic is one that I have returned to… 1,064 more words
I’m sitting in an old farm kitchen in New Brunswick right now, reading The Maritime Edit, an absolutely stunning quarterly magazine “devoted to highlighting the heritage and lifestyle of the East Coast.” And on the contributors’ page, under the title “Literary Editor,” is a name I know very well: Alexandra Fournier. 61 more words
Retraction Watch: Looking to avoid a bad lab? A new site wants to help. “We’ve all heard horror stories of lab disputes that can quickly spin out of control. 149 more words
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“In addition to finding the things I wanted to do or didn’t want to do , there were parts of being an academic that I was unwilling to give up, and those were just as important.” ~ Dr.
Ioulia Chuvileva (PhD candidate) has published an article in Sustainability: The Journal of Record. The article uses Social Network Analysis to make visible the invisible connections and flows of the Mapping Emory’s Sustainability Project.