Category Archives: Guest Blogger

What to (Not) Do As a Young Woman Networking and Job-Hunting: Obsess Over Hair, Makeup, and Clothes

Happy Commencement to everyone who graduated last weekend. It’s Naomi Ahsan, back with the final post in my series about networking and job-hunting for young women. Feel free to comment with your insight and experiences. You can visit my expository … Continue reading

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What to (Not) Do As a Young Woman Networking and Job-Hunting: Neglect Your Chances to Negotiate and Advance

Happy Friday! It’s Naomi Ahsan again with the third post in my series about networking and job-hunting for young women. Feel free to comment with your insight and experiences, and make sure to check back tomorrow for more. You can … Continue reading

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What to (Not) Do As a Young Woman Networking and Job-Hunting: Restrict Your Mentor Options and Alliances

Hello SBAI Blog readers – it’s Naomi Ahsan again with the second post in my series about networking and job-hunting for young women. Feel free to comment with your insight and experiences, and make sure to check back tomorrow for … Continue reading

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What to (Not) Do As a Young Woman Networking and Job-Searching

Hello SBAI blog-readers! My name is Naomi Ahsan and I’m delighted to be a guest blogger for SBAI. I am concluding my last semester as an undergraduate at the University of Rochester and entering the job market in hopes of … Continue reading

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“Don’t Be a Fool, Wrap Your Tool!”

Hello SBAI blog-readers, my name is Erika Howard and I’ll be guest blogging today for SBAI. In addition to being a student worker at SBAI, I’m a VOX: Student Voices for Planned Parenthood leader and the Arts and Entertainment editor … Continue reading

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‘New’ Old Feminism: A Regional Coalition for Women’s Studies

The following article is re-posted with permission from Women in Higher Education. The authors are members of the Greater Rochester Consortium of Women and Gender Studies Faculty (GRC), a collective that includes Gender and Women’s Studies faculty and administrators from … Continue reading

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In Response to Steven Landsburg (Part Two)

Our second guest response to Steven Landsburg’s comments and the larger controversy surrounding Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke and political commentator Rush Limbaugh comes from Terry Platt, Professor of Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics, University of Rochester. Professor Platt is the … Continue reading

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In Response to Steven Landsburg

Today we publish the first in a three-part series of guest responses to Steven Landsburg’s comments that not only reiterated but also added to the demeaning statements Rush Limbaugh made about Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke earlier this month. This … Continue reading

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Cyborgs, Savagery, and Voice

This post comes from Mary Greitzer, Assistant Professor of Music Theory, who will be presenting her work “Shrieking the Body Electric: the Traumatized Voices of Diamanda Galas and Babbitt’s Philomel” on January 27. Read on to learn more about Diamanda … Continue reading

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New Ways of Knowing Through Interdisciplinary Teaching

This guest post comes from Rebecca Burditt, a graduate student in Visual and Cultural Studies and winner of the Susan B. Anthony Teaching Fellowship for Fall 2011. In honor of the first day of the spring semester (welcome back, folks!) … Continue reading

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