Graduate student Kelly Lawyer joins us in the podcast studio to discuss her study and passion for Latin, as well as possible paths she may be taking that interest in the future.
This podcast was produced by David Cole.
Pulling Back the Curtain: Discussing Dissertations with Andrea Holliger and Seth Lee
Graduate school can appear to be a mystifying process with a seemingly endless row of hoops to jump through, such as applying, studying, researching, and writing a dissertation of your own. The English Department is helping to give us a peek behind the curtain of graduate school as we speak to Andrea Holliger and Seth Lee, two English graduate students. In this interview, Holliger and Lee discuss their experiences, tips, and tricks regarding graduate school, research, and writing dissertations.
Morocco, Maps, and Precipitation: The NSF Grant with Ben Currens
In the summer of 2014, several undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Arts and Sciences received a grant from the National Science Foundation. This NSF grant gave them the means to pursue research in various fields as they explored their interests and prepared for their potential futures.
Nine To Five: Let's Write!
Foundation For Success: EES Graduate Students
Rarefied Air: Liz Pillar
A Big Catch: Biology Ph.D. Student Paul Hime Snags an NSF Fellowship for his Evolutionary Genomic Work on Amphibians
Salamanders, one of the oldest lineages of extant animals, are beloved by Biology Ph.D. student, Paul Hime. Some of Hime’s research subjects, however, may not be on the top of everyone’s cute animal list.
The Politics of Catastrophe: Joan Braune
What do politics have to do with the end of the world? UK Philosophy graduate Joan Braune recently finished her dissertation, which is focused on Erich Fromm's role - and break from - the Frankfurt School. She thinks that the connection between political renewal and dreams of catastrophe are detrimental to progress.