I HATE when people ask me
"what are the advantage of hiring disabled people in academia?"
Like cause they're people looking for a job, who are qualified for sed position??
Why do marginalized groups have to be "bringing something extra" to be hired?
Unpopular opinion: it’s okay to read your paper aloud at the conference. Speaking in front of other academics can be terrifying, so do what you need to get yourself through it. We’re here to listen to your ideas, not judge your public speaking skills.
New pub alert!So excited share this article on BIPOC Healing Research Methodologies that's part of an upcoming CDEMP Special Issue! We talk about how to do research on healing as well as research that heals : http://doi.org/10.1037/cdp0000394 …
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Me being surrounded by all the unread PDFs I have downloaded...
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(P.S. The cute doggo in the picture is Izzy: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4932896/Photo-Izzy-dog-stuck-flock-sheep-goes-viral.html …)pic.twitter.com/9xLmgB0i77
A new start of classes is drawing near.
How are you mentally/physically/emotionally preparing for another semester during the pandemic?
Asking for a friend.
I keep getting requests to review book proposals for big publishing companies FOR FREE. If my expertise is so niche that no one on your staff can do this work, then pay me for it.
PhD, especially in a pandemic?
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