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Brendan Cantwell
Associate Professor . Researcher of higher education globally and maker bad jokes. Speak only for myself. Re-tweets mean nothing.
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Brendan Cantwell 4h
Although selectivity and resources per student covary, one is the social and the other the material for developing rich networks.
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Brendan Cantwell 4h
This is true. I am a much more agreeable person in person. Reason I think resources over Pell has some meaning is because some (most?) of the opportunity return “elite” education is via networks (access to which are guarded culturally).
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Brendan Cantwell 5h
I partly disagree with James. Running around before a kids holiday play but want to remember to explain why when I have a few
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Brendan Cantwell 6h
Mr. President, the virtues of a diet that includes plenty of plant fiber and only limited red meat are many.
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Brendan Cantwell 8h
Congratulations John! It was my privilege to learn with and from you.
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Brendan Cantwell 10h
Replying to @swahkee
I’m not a southern expert but I think beans, hogs, etc are as close to apolitical as it gets
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Brendan Cantwell 10h
We often forget that the confederacy was about community gardens growing varieties of heritage board beans.
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Brendan Cantwell 12h
Replying to @rkelchen
Thanks
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Brendan Cantwell 12h
Replying to @mo51287
Thanks- the MSU student organic farm CSA just gave us a pile and I don’t know what to do in terms of eating them
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Brendan Cantwell 12h
Anyone have suggestions about what to do with storage radishes?
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Brendan Cantwell 13h
Next time you see ask her to tell a few Edwina Curry jokes
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Brendan Cantwell 13h
Replying to @cant_b
also, approximately 2% of American voters know John Major is
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Brendan Cantwell 13h
coming if age in the circus keeps you young
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Brendan Cantwell Dec 6
Replying to @epopppp
Hopefully there’s an 18 yo writing an essay on profiles in ambition about Pete right now
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Beth Popp Berman Dec 6
In 2000 an eighteen-year-old Pete Buttigieg won a national "Profiles in Courage" competition with an essay extolling the virtues and integrity of... wait for it... one Bernie Sanders.
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Matt Grossmann Dec 4
Cultural values lead to, rather than follow, the emergence of democracy. Public openness to diversity predicts shift towards democracy; low institutional confidence predicts political instability. Democracy doesn’t change cultural values.
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Brendan Cantwell Dec 6
And the gif is rude. As a bit of an ass myself, I should know
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Brendan Cantwell Dec 6
The primary beneficiaries will be people who have deferred tax retirement plans with generous employer matches and who earn too much to qualify for the student loan interest tax credit. Doesn’t mean others won’t benefit too.
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Brendan Cantwell Dec 6
Replying to @imbernomics
He can testify because a majority of Senators have concluded that what he says is the Truth, therefore purgatory is impossible
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Brendan Cantwell Dec 6
We’ve arrived at the “Third Age of online education” which is the most important development since Neolithic agriculture.
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