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Integrating Research Project Into Teaching

By Kalpana Khanal, PhD As professors, we continually seek out ways to apply abstract theoretical constructs to real-world situations. We want students to grasp the relevance of theoretical concepts to better understand this world we live in. We desire that … Continue reading

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Using Twitter to Develop your Research

By Dr. Mauri Pelto The single most valuable networking and communication tool I currently have with colleagues is Twitter.  Twitter has become the single biggest source for readers of my research. With key colleagues this provides a platform of contact … Continue reading

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A Connecticut Yankee on Cuba’s Isle of Youth: Researching – and Participating in – Foreign Relations

By Michael E. Neagle, Ph.D. As the Russian-made, Soviet-era propeller plane rumbled to life and took off from Havana on the way to the Isle of Youth, I didn’t know what to expect. I was a graduate student at the … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Thrilla in Manila: Boxing’s Golden Era 40 Years Later

by Andrew Smith, PhD “The quality of heavyweight fighters, like the length of skirts and price of cabbage, is given to periodic fluctuations.” As the 1970s drew to a close William Nack lamented a depression in boxing’s signature division. At … Continue reading

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