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By Jessica M. Chopin One might get by in life by following set pathways, routines and scripts, and by thinking about problems and their solutions in set ways. Doing so […]
Liz Aquino (CSH MS ’06), the new diversity advocate in the College of Science and Health (CSH), knows firsthand about the challenges that underrepresented faculty and staff face. “I was […]
Kimberly Quinn wants to know what makes your eyes pop out, and she’s got the gear to do it. Quinn and her collaborators have spent the past two years persuading […]
Associate Professor Tim Cole teaches the art and science of interpersonal communication By Marilyn Ferdinand “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” The cruel Captain in the 1967 […]