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On returning

I’m back. After three months in Barcelona, Spain, punctuated with visits to Bilbao, Spain; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Toulouse, France; Valencia, Spain; Krakow, Poland; Budapest, Hungary; Florence, Italy; Vienna, Austria; and Prague, the Czech Republic, I’m back in the States. 1,163 more words


Why is traditional altruism so ineffective?

While this question may sound like what you would hear in philosophy classes, Harvard’s Psychology Professor Joshua Greene took an experimental approach to respond, using the development of neural imaging techniques and the discovery of synaptic plasticity. 828 more words


Pt.8: Fieldwork blog! #tanks and #bunker #archaeology, oh my

WARNING: I have safety training and permission from Range Control to access these parts of the OTA. If you want to visit the OTA you… 173 more words


Welcomed back by rain (3).

So my final post for this trio, sadly not a very ‘happy’ one. Amsterdam and Buenos Aires were both amazing experiences, I certainly learned a lot. 272 more words

Double-Looping in Agency Practice

by Tom Barker

Project Leader, Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions

Here’s something that occurs every day in family-service agencies in Alberta.  A client comes into care and there begins a process or testing and assessment that can take up to a month or more.   1,310 more words

Beads and Sequins Sample

When doing my designer research, looking at the designer garments picking out small sections of the surface design I was able to create range of bead and sequin samples that relate to my concept, another place for inspiration was Pinterest I found a range of bead work that catches my eye and was interested to replicate. 268 more words