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Each post will be added to a category, searchable from the main menu to the left, that relates to a key lecture topic. This means that through category searches you can easily find all material pasted throughout the semester that is relevant to a particular topic.



So for quite some time now we’ve been holding on to this information because we wanted to wait for the right moment to make the announcement. 449 more words


Seeing, wondering, and connecting with students in Tbilisi, Georgia

High School Number 1, an elegant neo-classical building situated a stone’s throw from the national parliament, is the oldest public school in Georgia and indeed the entire Caucasus region. 782 more words

Curriculum And Research

Vito and Paul: A Guide's Story

Imagine this: You are eighteen years old, just out of high school, and a former teacher calls you up and asks if you’re interested in being a local walking guide and translator for someone named Paul Salopek – a journalist from National Geographic who is taking a seven-year walk across the world, following the path of human migration. 592 more words

Out Of Eden Walk

Branching Out (An introvert's call to come out from under the bed!)

Have you ever felt like the Universe was pushing you to branch out?  Well, I am feeling it right now.

Along with the family changes with my son moving out-of-state, my parents buying a condo in Florida and my husband and I adopting a new puppy, there has also been a push to move in new directions with my work. 739 more words

Nurture Yourself

Aftermath: A world in decay on Vimeo

In my journeys at the helm of Deep Space from the Deep South, I’ve come across a multitude of talented friendly folks so willing to share their art – and devotion to same – with others of the science fiction fan community. 696 more words

Odds & Ends

Sundance Film Festival: Prepare to meet the challenge of the New Frontiers

Take a run in the woods, chased by a dark figure. Cower in terror from giant kaiju monsters terrorizing the city. Or sit on a rock with Reese Witherspoon. 517 more words