Stranger Fruit

Another semester is drawing to a close. Readers will notice that I’ve been more-or-less AWOL for the past few months – a combination of deadlines (hit and missed) and teaching have kept me busy beyond belief. The good news is that I expect things to ease off starting sometime next week and to certainly be a lot clearer by mid-May (when I return from a week-long workshop on the utility of the history of science at the MBL in Woods
Hole
).

Equally as good news is that three of my undergraduates successfully defended their honors theses. Congratulations go to Leslie, Matt & Ashley for a job well done!

Comments

  1. #1 Abel Pharmboy
    April 22, 2007

    Congratulations all around, Prof Lynch. Seeing through three honors students in one semester is a great accomplishment for the mentor as well. And I’d love to be able to take your workshop – you continue to amaze with your productivity.

  2. #2 Sean
    April 23, 2007

    I’ve also had my nose to the proverbial grindstone lately. Last week, I stumbled upon a little ditty on YouTube called “Creation Science 101″ and it gave me quite a chuckle when I really needed one and I just want to pass it on. Enjoy.

  3. #3 HerpGrrl
    April 28, 2007

    Ah, that’s good to know! More poetry, please, when you have time. And enjoy Woods Hole, it’s a wonderful place.

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