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post-PhD routes into teaching in schools

Teaching is a popular career route for all graduates including those with a PhD and one where researchers often seek careers support in terms of how to make sense of the various routes to qualifying as a teacher.  705 more words


CFP: Ex Historia

Ex Historia is now accepting submission for publication in the 2016 edition of our journal. We are particularly keen to receive interest from people who share our… 142 more words


Philosophy Departments: Please Update Your Web Sites

Cartoon here.

“Inertia:  lack of movement or activity especially when movement or activity is wanted or needed”   (So declares Merriam Webster’s on-line dictionary.)

I know that Western philosophy is 2,500 years old, but there is no reason that our web sites must defer to the more antiquarian aspects of our discipline. 484 more words


your Complex Cauliflower

This is a guest post from Elizabeth Kirkham, a PhD researcher in the Developmental Affective Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Sheffield.

I study Psychology. I can’t read your mind or tell you anything about Freud, but I do know that you’re not left brained. 702 more words


Story behind the dog tag: Ronald L. Corcoran

In March we had the pleasure of producing a set of dog tags for a PGR Store customer and we asked her to share a little bit about the man in the dog tags, her father. 198 more words

FC Fulfillment

El camino para construir una Iglesia en las periferias del mundo obrero

Durante el fin de semana del 20 y 21 de junio, se han reunido en Ávila poco más de un centenar de representantes de las distintas diócesis de la HOAC de toda España. 613 more words


Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, FireEye, MetLife, Micron, Symantec and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Monday morning on hopes that Greece may get a deal done. The one trend which has remained constant over the last three and a half years has been that investors want to buy every single pullback. 634 more words