Month: June 2018

Teaching in Arezzo, Italy

My biggest regret as an undergrad is that I never studied abroad. Now armed with a steady job and a family, I realize how improbable it is to simply pick up and temporarily spend a significant length of time in another part of the world. Earlier this year I was asked if I had any […]

Why Domain

As part of his work in introducing Domain of One’s Own at Ontario Extend, Alan Levine posted the questions that I answer below. I haven’t been blogging enough recently, so I thought this was a good chance to document some of my own DoOO thoughts and kickstart my writing. What is your domain name and what […]

Back At Work & On The Air

Man walking with work clothes and brief case in hand.
This is my first full week back to the office and I am feeling great so far. I have a lot of catching up to do, but after that I’m looking forward to planing the upcoming semester! One special thing that’s happened this week is Adam invited me to be on his and Ralph’s Media and […]

Time Management Tips

Kate Sheppard is my idol for all things related to time management as an academic. Kate is still the model that we hold up in the History of Science department at OU for finishing on time as a grad student, and she’s even more impressive as a faculty member. She’s already published a monograph and […]

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