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Walter Lee, PhD
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Monica Cardella Jul 22
“People are opting out of vital conversations about diversity and inclusivity because they fear looking wrong, saying something wrong, or being wrong. Choosing our own comfort over hard conversations is the epitome of privilege” - Brene Brown
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 22
"Identity today represents a paradox. With our understanding of its complexity, the meaning of any single dimension of identity becomes less clear." - Daryl G. Smith
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Kirsten Davis Jul 19
You know it's a good happy hour when we all attempt to learn a new theory together! Thanks to for the inspiration.
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Whitney Cummings Jul 18
you're totally allowed to say "I actually don't know enough about that issue to have an opinion"
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 19
I need a crash course on Legitimation Code Theory when you return to the states! brought it up at happy hour today.
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Sara Lamb Harrell Jul 18
Replying to @WalterLeePhD
I write reviews that I would want to receive: critical, thoughtful, and kind—always about the work, and given with respect to the author.
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 17
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UTK TCE Jul 17
Counting the possible emojis for : 🚀🚲🔬⚙️🚂🚅🏭🧬👩🏽‍🚀🥼🚦🔌📡🔧🦠🧪🧮⚛️
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 17
I’m similarly on familiar with NVivo, Dedoose, and MaxQDA. Most of my students have NVivo now or we use Dedoose if the collaboration is needed. It’s cheap if you’re not doing anything too complex. I also go old school often 😂 🖊 📝
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Dr Lucy Mercer-Mapstone Jul 15
Friendly (but critical) conference reminder: ALWAYS use the microphone. It's an accessibility issue. Don't ask the audience if it's OK not to - that requires people with disabilities to publically self-identify when they may not wish to. Let's stop seeing inclusion as optional.
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Harold Hughes Jul 16
I've seen so many people become "the first Black" over the last few years. As incredible of an accomplishment as it is to be first, I hope that we're working just as hard to be "the first of" and not "the first and only".
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Linda Columbus 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 13
To say as an academic that you shouldn’t be involved in social justice and politics is the most privileged and misguided idea I have come across in such an intelligent population. We are tenured for a reason and we should flex that reason for everyone that needs us.
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EER at Michigan Jul 15
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Dr. Alexandra Coso Strong Jul 15
To all those submitting NSF CAREER this week, congrats on reaching the finish line! It was a long road and YOU DID IT! Please be sure to celebrate/rest/take time for yourself once it's in. You deserve it :)
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Semarhy Quiñones, PhD Jul 14
2 months ago, I started drawing cartoons w/ women as different types of scientists & different STEM fields. Today, my collection “We are Scientists” has ~20 illustrations. I want to do more... What other STEM fields should I draw to show ? Which one represents you?
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VT Computer Science Jul 15
Congratulations to CS alumna, ('07), and her group for winning the Challenge! Check out what blackcomputeHER is all about 👉
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 15
My 5-Month Interlude as a Disabled Professor via
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Laura Dorwart, Ph.D. Jul 14
Accessibility is too often presented as being about hurt feelings, as if disabled people’s lives are defined by our emotions. Accessibility is a legal and ethical responsibility and obligation, not something you bestow on someone to avoid making them sad.
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 13
Replying to @seekyoolz
The expenses being covered is what I’m use to so far. I’ve never made any money though.
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Walter Lee, PhD Jul 13
Replying to @dknightVT
Thought I was out here getting scammed.
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