Still to come!
I have never heard of RI/RRI but this essay seems to offer a lot of interesting insights for how to make research more inclusive that could apply to all fields.
Delighted to find my Perspectives piece on Responsible Research and Inequality/Inclusiveness in Science now free to read after @JResInnov turned open access https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/UTT3VJXYC4NARRHTGGGV/full?target=10.1080%2F23299460.2020.1780094#.YHmlsYhIr35.twitter
Friday evening... zoomed out! I find myself double booked a lot these days.. wonder if we're asking too much of ourselves @schipper_lisa @ShreyaSome @DianaUrge @DrAlaaClimate @ReneevDiemen @connorsSL @VaneBailo
The Wenner-Gren Foundation is hosting a grad school application workshop for underrepresented scholars next week! If you're interested in applying to grad school programs like ours in HEB, this is a great opportunity to learn about how to navigate the process! https://twitter.com/WennerGrenOrg/status/1382042303997575175
Webinar 4/23: How to Write a Graduate School Application: A Graduate School Application Workshop for Underrepresented Scholars in Anthropology @umichLSA https://bit.ly/3mzr74W
This is too funny not to share
Interesting reflections on the responsibility of #publishers when it comes to reducing their carbon footprint.
The question is, do scholars publishing on #climate get more brownie points for the fact that their knowledge is actively combatting climate change?
Two of my areas of interest -- #ClimateChange & #Academic #Publishing -- have come together in my today's article in @scholarlykitchn!
#climateaction #renewableenergy #fossilfuel #SDGs @SaleemulHuq @ColinMcQuistan