Monthly Archives: April 2016

Very Special People

On my journey into learning I have met some truly wonderful people–(in alphabetical order) Professor Hugh Craig; Edward Fenton; Dr Keri Glastonbury; Associate Professor Marguerite Johnson; Vice-Chancellor Caroline McMillan; Associate Professor Jo May;  Helen Moffatt; Professor Pam Nilan; Associate Professor Alistair … Continue reading

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Making a Difference: continued…

Why does anyone take the path in life that they do? If you ask someone why they took the particular path they did, you will probably hear something like, “I don’t know really, I suppose it was …” or “because  I wanted … Continue reading

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Retraction!

Apologies to the signed-in followers of my blog. Sam did it again, hit the publish button instead of the “save draft” on the post I was working on. That post has ben removed, and will publish in finished form next week. … Continue reading

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Making a Difference: Significant Others

In my last two blog posts I talked about the Humanities, and about what studying and working in this field has done for me personally. This has started me thinking … When we achieve something in life, we can recognise that it came about through … Continue reading

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Being in the Humanities

On Monday night this week I was working on a draft post and hit the publish button by mistake–these things happen.  So if anyone received that draft, could you please ignore it, and read this post instead …. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In my blog of last … Continue reading

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