Tag Archives: education

Working on the Re-model

I was told by a very wise museum professional last year that to hope to have a new museum in place inside a year was extremely optimistic.  Even a small one.  I think I could hear the word “crazy” in … Continue reading

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Five Truths About Graduate School That Nobody Tells You

Some Good Advice for Graduate Students From Psychology Today Online: Five Truths About Graduate School That Nobody Tells You The importance of shifting from the “student” to the “professional” mentality. Published on October 28, 2013 by Nathaniel Lambert, Ph.D. in … Continue reading

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Creationism in Schools, dumbing down our kids

Standard-Bearer in Evolution Fight Eugenie C. Scott Fights the Teaching of Creationism in Schools http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/03/science/eugenie-c-scott-fights-the-teaching-of-creationism-in-schools.html?smid=pl-share

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Panda’s Thumb

NO, this is not a blog about pandas. Hopefully, most scientists will recognize the reference. When I saw the title, I actually thought this was a Stephen Jay Gould tribute site.  Turns out that this is a great summation of … Continue reading

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Anthropology as a Career Choice

REBLOGGED FROM LIVING ANTHROPOLOGICALLY Anthropology is the worst college major for being a corporate tool, best major to change your life It’s official. In August 2012, Kiplinger declares anthropology is the worst college major for your career. Forbes follows suit October 2012: Anthropology … Continue reading

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