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Grad school can focus on individuals attending graduate school, or else an age range, especially popular in the New Adult genre. ...more
“ Self-actualization is what educated existence is all about. For members of the educated class, life is one long graduate school. When they die, God meets them at the gates of heaven, totes up how many fields of self-expression they have mastered, and then hands them a divine diploma and lets them in. ”
“ I also able to graciously survive the PhD from the grace, which comes from prayer, bible reading, extensive story reading, fasting, fellowship, listen to music, daily dance and sacred writing. ”
A place for us UNT Virginia Cohorters to share and discuss great books with each other.
[close] A place for us UNT Virginia Cohorters to share and discuss great books with each other.
7 members, last active 8 years ago
We are a community for unique science communicators and STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts,…more
[close] We are a community for unique science communicators and STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts, Math) enthusiasts. Our Medium publication is dedicated to sharing stories and articles by SciCommers, and we love to uplift our peers! All academics, academic creators, educators, and students are welcome.> Come chat with us (we read books too). Follow us on Twitter @stemfirstgen, and send us your pitches— we are always open for submissions (and suggestions)! firstname.lastname@example.org
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[close] This is a group for students taking courses in Salem State University's LMS grad program. All are welcome, regardless of official matriculation or current career. As this is a new group, we are finding our way. I imagine we'll use this space to both discuss books that we personally enjoy, and books that we recommend for a school library. If you would like to be a moderator, please let me know! Also, this group is private but not secret. Please feel free to invite your classmates in other Salem State LMS courses.
10 members, last active 2 years ago
Professor Mary Wilkins Jordan founded the GSLIS Book Group in February 2011. Its purpose is to b…more
[close] Professor Mary Wilkins Jordan founded the GSLIS Book Group in February 2011. Its purpose is to bring GSLIS students together once a month for something the vast majority of us enjoy - reading and talking about books - while also giving us a chance to practice readers advisory and other skills that librarians can use. This semester we are trying a new format. Rather than focusing on one book per meeting, we will focus on a theme! How does it work? Each month, we’ll select a theme and suggest a few titles based on that theme. At our monthly meeting, we’ll start with a discussion on those books, but encourage everyone to bring your own book suggestions that incorporate the theme. If you cannot make the meeting feel free to post a note on the forum!
40 members, last active 8 years ago
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