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Time Travel: A Conversation Between a Scientist and a Literature Professor


Literature professor Simon John James and physicist Richard Bower discuss the many, wildly various meanings of "time travel." (Space.com) More More

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Posted on 15 December 2017 | 1:17 am | Google News

Star Wars is colonial fantasy: How our future imaginings are limited by our past - National Post


Star Wars is colonial fantasy: How our future imaginings are limited by our past
National Post
A star destroyer, or perhaps even a Death Star, reads a lot like a navy warship and space itself becomes little more than an ocean to travel across in search of new adventures. We see this metaphor further reflected in the ranks and hierarchies of the ...

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Posted on 14 December 2017 | 3:53 pm | Google News

Meet the New Tenure-Track Faculty - Bowdoin (press release) (blog)


Bowdoin (press release) (blog)

Meet the New Tenure-Track Faculty
Bowdoin (press release) (blog)
Sarah M. Harmon, Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Research areas: My research is in computational creativity and explores the intersection between artificial intelligence, psychology, and natural language processing. I am particularly ...

Posted on 15 November 2017 | 11:14 am | Google News

Should College Professors Give 'Tech Breaks' In Class? - NPR


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Should College Professors Give 'Tech Breaks' In Class?
NPR
Gose cited a recommendation by Larry D. Rosen, emeritus professor of psychology at California State University-Dominguez Hills: These digital natives should be offered a one-minute tech break in the classroom to check and send messages on their phones ...

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Posted on 19 October 2017 | 9:51 am | Google News

This Stanford Professor Has a Theory on Why 2017 Is Filled With Jerks - New York Magazine


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This Stanford Professor Has a Theory on Why 2017 Is Filled With Jerks
New York Magazine
“You can make the argument that we are living in Peak Asshole,” says Robert Sutton, a Stanford professor who, as the author of the iconic 2007 book The No Asshole Rule, is perhaps the world's leading expert on the species. According to Sutton, the ...

Posted on 20 September 2017 | 7:10 am | Google News

Between Division III Athletes and Professors - Inside Higher Ed


Inside Higher Ed

Between Division III Athletes and Professors
Inside Higher Ed
In addition to not being on athletic scholarships, they live in regular dorms and eat in the cafeteria. They major in just about everything -- not just the few athletic department-approved fields. Yet Division III student athletes also resemble ...

Posted on 25 August 2017 | 2:16 am | Google News

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