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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Seven experiments on humblebragging show humblebraggers think they will get both sympathy & admiration, but they actually get neither, with worse outcomes than either bragging or humility. Also, finally an academic paper with 2 tables full of humblebrags! https://t.co/h6HJcrn91b