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Streaking Through Grad School

If Robert Opel was right that streaking represents defiance, freedom, and anarchy, then going to grad school in your mid- to late-fifties is the academic equivalent of streaking. 442 more words


By the Power of Grayskull!

When drafting a paper, never underestimate the power of the outline. For the last week I’ve been trying to make this assignment come together. Tonight it finally dawned on me to do a couple of outlines. 57 more words

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Project ALFA Fellowship

As a graduate student, I had the honor of being selected for the Project ALFA Fellowship. A program which helped me to develop many skills and resources to better serve persons with disabilities in all types of library settings. 14 more words

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Grad member spotlight: Ashley Bucsek

21 May 2015

Ashley Bucsek

PhD student, Expected graduation Spring 2018

Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Ashley has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for Mechanical Engineering. 325 more words

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Faulkner's Ecology: Thoughts on Light in August

I just finished reading William Faulkner’s Light in August. It’s not his most narratively complex novel, and perhaps one of the more readily accessible. Still, Faulkner often causes impatience because he doesn’t see fit to leave anything out. 500 more words

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50% complete

Well, that was fast. One moment, it was mid-March and a hundred different things were happening. I was trying to mentally sum up all the loose ends leading to the spring. 1,368 more words


First Year of Graduate School

So, I have decided to try and continue this blog. I doubt that it will go well, considering how long it’s been since I last wrote here, but, hey, I will give it a try. 85 more words

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