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Paula Stephan, an economist at Georgia State University, argues that many of the research community’s problems flow from two big features of how we do research. First, we staff our labs with low-wage, temporary workers—graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who … Continue reading →
When I imagine myself as a young professor, I imagine myself in shoes like these. With some excellent socks/stockings.
To protect everyone’s contracts seems like an act of fairness of equal treatment, until one considers that contracts made between rich and poor, between employer and employee, landlord and tenant, creditor and debtor, generally favor the more powerful of the … Continue reading →
Stuff worth reading You Know What’s Fundamentally Regressive? NYC’s Current Toll System Green Screen: The Lack of Female Road Narratives and Why it Matters. This is incredible Project ranks billions of drug interactions Minnesota State–Moorhead could cut 18 academic programs: … Continue reading →
1 November I’m sick today, but remarkably buoyant; I was able to work yesterday and I might have celiac disease. Perhaps gluten-free will save me. I’m impossibly hopeful. 6 November Spent a chunk of last night at the ER after … Continue reading →
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