I have a list of quotes that I like on my computer. I just added this one!
I’m curious how did you find the statistic about the 25% of grads in your department? I’m curious what the numbers are in the biology department here where I did my undergrad.
But yeah, I wish the university was better at making students aware earlier of the difference between a niche and a diploma.
Yes! I completely agree with you!
I love Gestalt! I’m glad you made this connection because I hadn’t thought about it before this. If Gestalt was here I think he would have taught Gedi.
I’m glad you agree! It was great to hear your response to my post and I’m grateful that you found it insightful. Here’s hoping we see more integration in the future.
This was a great story. I really wish that this was its own blog so that we could bring it up to the class. If I may ask, What got you into community theatre to begin with?
Thanks Gary for your interesting post. I really enjoy reading that.
very great post. How you can also explain the effect of inequality of opportunity in the US to explain high school dropout rate?
This is fascinating! History is such an interesting field because we often forget how malleable it is. It brings up an interesting issue in terms of what should be included in history, since so much of it is subjective. How does someone write an objective history? Fascinating stuff!
This is an inspiring post! One of the most important lessons, not just in graduate school, but in life, is to never be afraid to fail. Failure is how we learn. You aren’t going to figure it all out the first time. That’s why we stress revision in my field, because it is a way to examine and correct your mistakes. Leonardo Da Vinci said “Art is never done, only abandoned.”