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Fun Link Friday: Koi sushi

Happy New Year, everyone! While you’re making your resolutions and reflecting on how to make this the best 2016 ever, don’t forget to treat yourself to some delicious food! I bookmarked this amazing sushi from Earthables earlier in the year … Continue reading

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Fun Link Friday: Crochet yourself a delicious meal

Japan is famous for its obsession with fake food, but step outside your plastic comfort zone and get your crochet needle ready for this delicious looking bowl of fake ramen, brought to you with a full “how to” by Youtube … Continue reading

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Reblog: How to Organize a Panel for a Conference

We’ve been woefully short on articles related to professional networking within academia, so today we’re reblogging an article written by Dr. Karen Kelsky, who runs the blog The Professor Is In, a site and business where she helps people from all … Continue reading

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From Application to Research: Fulbright in Japan

Aloha friends! I’m Pamela Runestad, a PhD candidate in medical anthropology from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Paula Curtis of Shinpai Deshō asked me if I would share a little about my experience with scholarships in general and with … Continue reading

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