For my final blog post of my Preparing the Future Professoriate class, I decided to focus on something that is constantly on the mind of graduate students: What am I doing with my life after graduation? I think about this Continue reading Predicting the future: What’s after grad school?
Who remembers the episode of Friends when Ross get’s tenure? Even for those not in academia, tenure is known as one of the most prestigious, accomplishments an academic could receive. Although there are grants and promotions to full faculty, the Continue reading Holding tenured faculty accountable
Twitter has become a fan-favorite of the academic, both young and.. “wise.” As I find Twitter to be both educational and a good site for academic tea (for those rainy days), I chose to read one article posted in The Continue reading Technology and Innovation in Higher Education
The Office of Research Integrity has an accumulation of case studies at this website: https://ori.hhs.gov/content/case_summary. Discussions around scientists performing research unethically usually exist in an ethics class, where an anonymous scientist at an anonymous university falsified data, and the whole Continue reading Ethics Blog Post