05 mai 2019

Jusqu’où êtes-vous prêt à aller pour gagner ?

The ConversationSi vous demandiez conseil à Tiger Woods sur la stratégie pour remporter une victoire importante, il vous demanderait jusqu’où vous êtes prêt à aller, laissant entendre qu’il y aura des épreuves à surmonter. Des peurs à combattre. Des limites à dépasser. Plus...

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Collaborative problem solvers are made not born – here’s what you need to know

The ConversationChallenges are a fact of life. Whether it’s a high-tech company figuring out how to shrink its carbon footprint, or a local community trying to identify new revenue sources, people are continually dealing with problems that require input from others. More...

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¿Sufren más los hombres al hacerse mayores?

The ConversationSi en 1949 Simone de Beauvoir había inaugurado la segunda ola del feminismo moderno con El segundo sexo, en 1970 publicaba también La Vejez, un ambicioso estudio sobre el hecho de hacerse mayor en diferentes culturas alrededor del mundo. More...

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Youth find hope for the future through documentary play

The ConversationToday’s young people deserve to be heard. But, because of all of our technological distractions and polarized political systems, listening to others is becoming increasingly difficult. More...

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Hiring, Performance Reviews, and 'Nine Lies About Work’

By Joshua Kim. Might this terrific book energize us to adopt a learning science lens in recruiting and evaluating staff. More...

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3 Things That Can Go Wrong When Hosting a Campus Meeting

By Joshua Kim. I’m actually not worried about the future of higher ed. The vast majority of colleges and universities are, I suspect, more adaptable and resilient than we give them credit. More...

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To Engage or to Disengage

We should not prequalify or preclude international academic engagement based on a government’s political dogma or policies—until government policy begins to interfere with open, uninhibited scholarship or abuses research for nefarious purposes. More...

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Telling your story of research discovery (opinion)

It may sound strange, but even the driest, most technical piece of scholarly writing tells a story. It’s a story of discovery and the incremental advancement of knowledge. It follows a scholar’s journey through the scientific method, laying out their attempts to tackle a question step by step. More...

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Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

By Barbara Fister. Once we built railroads and presses and libraries. Now it's done - unless things change systematically. More...

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Understanding Social Facts

By Barbara Fister. Something important became clear after the redacted Mueller Report was made public. It turns out a lot of journalists got it right. Stories they reported have been confirmed by the investigatory work of the Special Counsel. More...

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