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Balaban, Corina – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2018
This article discusses three kinds of mobility among early stage researchers: geographical mobility, mobility between disciplines -- or interdisciplinarity -- and cross-sectoral mobility. It focuses on how PhD fellows engage with and negotiate experiences of mobility. These types of mobility have largely been presented as inherently beneficial in…
Descriptors: Researchers, Interdisciplinary Approach, Doctoral Programs, Fellowships
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Long, David E. – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2014
In an ethnographic study set within a biology department of a public university in the United States, incongruity between the ideals and practice of science education are investigated. Against the background of religious conservative students' complaints about evolution in the curriculum, biology faculty describe their political intents for…
Descriptors: Biology, Departments, Science Careers, Ethnography
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Avruch, Kevin – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2009
This article describes the role graduate students can play in transforming their education in the emergent field of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, as occurs at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR), at George Mason University, Washington, DC. It also unpacks how anthropology plays a role in the education of these students at…
Descriptors: Role, Graduate Students, Conflict, Anthropology
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Keating, Mike; O'Siochru, Cathal; Watt, Sal – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2009
This article describes a C-SAP-funded project evaluating the introduction of a new tutorial programme for first year Sociology students, which sought to integrate a "skills framework" to enable students to develop a range of academic skills alongside their study of the subject. The pegagogical and institutional background to the decision…
Descriptors: Sociology, Skill Development, College Freshmen, Tutorial Programs