January 30, 2020 How time flies! It seems like I just graduated from my undergrad, yet here I am being asked to give advice to versions of my younger self! And yet when I look back on all that I have accomplished in the past 25 years, I can see
16 October 2019 Appeared https://os4f.com/stories-/following-your-intuition Twelve years ago, I was told that studying climate change was a ‘nothing’ topic. Yet, as I worked for a regulator, I was shocked at the degree of disagreement amongst professional engineers and geoscientists – who share the same institutionalized education, experience requirements, employers, industries,
May 1, 2018 https://blog.ualberta.ca/consider-this-the-diversity-challenge-da87aa555dba If Canada is to excel in the global knowledge-based economy, we have to call up all of our strengths to build and maintain a strong, entrepreneurial science culture that maximizes all of our human resources. — Arthur J. Carty, Canada’s Former National Science Advisor The value

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The thought leadership lessons of Martin Luther. This new paper explores how Martin Luther used social networks to spread Protestianism. This including visits, writing letters, students but also elite trade networks which spread his ideas https://t.co/KyLYKb76pw

Systemic risk erodes the risk transfer process. #Covid19 provides opportunity for urgent learning on climate change. We take-for-granted that insurance will underpin economic activity, but see @RebsFE on withdrawal of wildfire insurance. Time to shift to a risk-sharing paradigm https://t.co/sH2XKvpSni

I love page proofs. I love them a lot. It’s just so satisfying to see the messiness of research look so completely tidy, presentable, and useable. Sigh. #AcademicTwitter #happiness