Epistemically Challenged: Katharine Meyer

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, Katharine Meyer, an education policy graduate student, talks about her work to increase higher education opportunities for low-income students, while...

Epistemically Challenged: Scott Harris

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, airline pilot Scott Harris talks about the importance of teaching his children to think critically and deeply about the world. In late April, on a night...

Epistemically Challenged: Christine Madsen

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, Christine Madsen, Ph.D., talks about her research into the effects book digitization can have on libraries, as well as the importance of communication and...

Epistemically Challenged: Medeva Ghee, Ph.D.

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, Medeva Ghee, Ph.D., talks about the problem that propels her work with the Leadership Alliance at Brown University. As a young African American growing up...

Epistemically Challenged: Natalie Chavez

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, Natalie Chavez, a Ph.D. candidate in Biology at Stanford talks about expectations while growing up. Growing up, it was always expected that we were going to...

Epistemically Challenged: Julie Rehmeyer

Epistemically Challenged is an opinion series about how each one of us explores knowledge. In this installment, we spoke to award-winning math and science writer Julie Rehmeyer. My thinking about science has been very strongly affected by my experience with chronic...
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