Over the weekend, our household reached the point where all of us are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. We celebrated this milestone with an escape room outing. That got me thinking about my little escape room model, the Quandary Den.
We appear to be emerging from the pandemic. But we are still living with its effects on our lives and work and plenty of uncertainty about our future. We are grateful to Rebecca Gerdes for sharing this prayer for us. We hope this prayer might be a helpful guide to prayer for grad students and […]
Photo by Christina Morillo from Pexels We are grateful to Julian Reese for sharing this series of articles on incarnational presence, particularly in the context of our academic departments. This is Part four of the series. To read previous articles, here are links for: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three. _____________________________ Last week, as we reflected on […]
This week, I’m (virtually) attending the annual meeting of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), one of the largest gatherings of folks doing the day-to-day work of public health in the United States. Each day there are hundreds of talks and posters about investigations, research, and applied science that will never make headlines.
Teachers, from pre-school to post-docs are a very brave lot.