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What's next? (Part 2)

What’s next??? (Part 2)

What I first came up with this title, I intended to write something like this:

What’s next???? This question or some variation of it has followed me (and likely every other academic), arguably, since being an undergraduate student and making the decision to go to graduate school. 321 more words


Counselling Resources on Campus and in Waterloo

This week has been a difficult one for many in the UWaterloo community, following the death of a student. There have been many conversations in hallways, classrooms, and online spaces about how we can support–and better support–our students and community members. 328 more words

Graduate Students

FAU Starving Grads Official Graduate Student Business Proposal

 We, the FAU Starving Grads, are writing to you today to address several grievances that are held by a significant portion of the graduate students, Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs), and Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs) at Florida Atlantic University (FAU). 4,064 more words

Simulated Compression of Single Chain Polymer Nanoparticles (SCPN)

Graduate student Suwon Bae has published his work on the thermo-mechanical properties of single chain polymer nanoparticles in Soft Matter. This work is in collaboration with Or Galant of the Diesendruck group at the Technion who spent the summer as a visiting student in our lab. 29 more words

Fresh MARTA Market gaining traction.

Hilary King, current Emory Anthropology Doctoral Candidate and Sustainability Minor Graduate Fellow, works on food access issues in Atlanta. Read about an exciting partnership that is bringing Georgia fresh produce to public transit around the city. 9 more words

Cultural Anthropology

PhD Alumnus Adam T. Rosenbaum on Mentoring the Senior Thesis in 'Perspectives on History'

PhD alumnus (’11) Adam T. Rosenbaum published an article in the March edition of Perspectives on History, the newsmagazine of the American Historical Association. The publication, “Leading by Example: The Senior Thesis and the Teacher-Scholar,” charts Rosenbaum’s novel approach to teaching a seminar in which undergraduates write a capstone thesis. 115 more words