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Panel Discussion: Good Deeds that are Most Punished, Part 3: Research

Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 10:45 - 11:45 a.m., Mississippi/Illinois Room, MUC


Kristine Hildebrandt, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature, SIUE
Aimee James,
Associate Professor, Division of Public Health Sciences, Dept. of Surgery, Washington University in St. Louis
David Perlmutter,
Professor and Dean, College of Media and Communication, Texas Tech University (Moderator)
Michael Shaw,
Professor of Chemistry, SIUE


Moderated by Dr. Perlmutter, the discussion, “Good Deeds that are Most Punished in Research” is inspired by Perlmutter’s well-known Chronicle article and will address avoidable pitfalls of the researcher’s career and the “road to purgatory that is paved with good intentions.” Within this context, panelists will share personal stories related to the act of choosing which activities to pursue and which to decline, ignore, or abandon. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own questions for this discussion session.

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