On mental health and graduate school, and why we should welcome unique brains.
In light of the season, here’s a reflection on going home, written a year ago.
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.
How should we think about coastal wetlands? Are coastal wetlands endmembers or discrete ecosystems? Or are they components of a larger system?
An Implicit Association Test revealed that I have sexist tendencies. Am I subconsciously subverting the students with whom I volunteer and my own career?