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Stirred, Not Shaken
Screw lemonade. If life gives you lemons, find someone who got vodka and make a martini.
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Should I Stay or Should I Go?
How do you determine whether or not to attend a particular conference? As a working example to see through to natural generalizations, let’s use the JMM. [Just to choose a conference we’ve all heard of, attend at least once in … Continue reading
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Academic Writing Support
My second year is well underway, and it’s turning out to be a little more intense than last year. I have more classes, more students, more committees, and less time until my mid-tenure review. So I’ve been thinking a lot … Continue reading
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