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Publishing three books in a year, in Get a Life, Ph.D. Link

When students miss the point, in Academic Cog Link

Mormons, race and BYU, in Slate Link

Correlation, causation and women in science, in The Sugar Scientist Link

The reality of spring break for faculty members, in Reassigned Time Link

Citing tweets in academic papers, in The Atlantic Link

Motherhood and ambition, in Wandering Scientist Link

Imagining a "post-campus" America, in Scatterplot Link

Cameron Neylon on the real costs of expensive journals Link

Parenting as a professor, in Salon Link

Anonymous grading, in Feminist Philosophers Link

The Supreme Court battle over affirmative action, in Text & History Link

The controversy over the philosopher's photographs, in ReadMoreWriteMoreThinkMoreBeMore Link

On moving from a research career to a teaching career, in Exponential Book Link

Talking to the NIH, in Bashir Link

The issues that got swept over in the U.Va. murder trial, in Sportsology Link

Serving on an NSF panel, in Academic Jungle Link

Students who aren't remotely engaged, in College Misery Link

Four-year degrees at community colleges, in Unqualified Offerings Link

The most difficult courses, in Uncertain Principles Link


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