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Researchers and Their Stories

My two year-old is asleep now and my first grader is about to work on her math assignment for the day. Right now, my spirit and flesh are both weak, I have to help with…
I leapt at the opportunity to reflect on my PhD and to write for those just starting out their exciting and terrifying PhD journeys. Then, I sat down to write, and the…
2020 has brought with it many, many challenges, draining away my passion for my work. So, I decided to back track, and go right back to why I fell in love with the ocean…
If I had any idea what I was getting into with graduate school, I would have run in the opposite direction. Thankfully, I was naive and stepped through the door into a…
The internet is full of advice—maintaining physical and mental health; homeschooling; reading, watching, listening lists; connecting while social distancing; creating…
I must admit that as a young academic, receiving a decision from a journal stirs up some strong emotions. With trembling hands I read the editor’s decision: Major…
She eagerly tells her story, shows us her malnourished children and explains the intersection of poverty and inequalities that have contributed to her situation. We know…
As a linguist, I started out as a reluctant fieldworker because of my social anxiety, and I am not built for adventure. But the truth is there is no place I’d rather be.
I had moved full circle - from the desire to do research, to clinical practice and on to inquiring, exploring and creating a cohesive idea from other people’s research…
Patient management was near to breaking point as residents started demanding necessary PPEs and that COVID019 patients be admitted and accommodated separately, away from…