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Grad students’ brains work heterogeneously, and that’s OK.

On mental health and graduate school, and why we should welcome unique brains.

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River Retreat 2016: Structure and Function

River Retreat 2016: Structure and Function

To some, January is the first month of the Gregorian calendar, the beginning of a new semester, or just damn […]

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AGU 2015 – Meeting Recap!

December is a crazy month in the life of a student and academic – the semester is ending, finals are […]

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The Shiny Season

It’s not just the holidays that make us happy this time of year, sharing our data and resources is what brings us cheer!

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Not My Timber

In light of the season, here’s a reflection on going home, written a year ago.

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Science Camp!

Last month, a group of four McGlynn lab mates, myself included, attended a Gordon Research Conference for Catchment Science in […]

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We need to talk about race.

Recent events recall a lesson I learned from working for the Duke Immerse program in Urban Environmental Justice & Social Entrepreneurship: we need to talk about race. The Nicholas School is not very diverse, and that reality hurts our mission.

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