story telling

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Understanding Chaos

Understanding is questioning and colors of bold. Blues, reds, yellows and greens jump out of the page wanting me to figure out what the missing puzzle pieces mean. Another minute passes by, and a ball, the earth, a swirling sphere of rainbows, missing parts, that do not want to fit together, looking as though they are about to explode catches my eye. The color of the sun fills the corner of the page, a bright yellow, the hue of my mother's bedroom at our beach house in North Carolina reminds me of my childhood, finally allowing me to understand the white.

Risk-Taking in the Academy--and Beyond?

Risk-Taking in the Academy--and Beyond?
Fall 2007 Series

Where do you see areas of risk-making and risk-taking:
in your scholarship, in your classroom,
in the administration of the institution that is Bryn Mawr?
Would you like company in thinking
through some ways and means of meeting risk?

Learning and the Brain: Present and Future

Learning and the Brain:
Where Are We and Where Do We Need to Be?

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Bio 103, Fall 2007, Lecture/Discussion Notes

Biology 103, Fall, 2007, Bryn Mawr College
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Bio 103, Fall 2007, Lab Reports

Biology 103, Fall 2007, Bryn Mawr College
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Bio 103, Fall 2007, Web Paper Assignment

Biology 103, Fall 2007, Bryn Mawr College
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Bio 103, Fall 2007, Schedule

Biology 103, Fall 2007, Bryn Mawr College
Course Schedule

 

Date

Lecture/Discussion Session

Lab Session

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Bio 103, Fall 2007, Syllabus

Biology 103, Fall 2007, Bryn Mawr College
Course Information

 

Instructor: Paul Grobstein
Room 106, 526-5098, pgrobste@brynmawr.edu

Laboratory Instructor: Wil Franklin
Room 228, 526-5090, wfrankli@brynmawr.edu

Website: http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/exchange/courses/bio103/f07

Narrative, Science, and Unpredictability


Narrative,
Science, and
Unpredictability

Anne Dalke

August 2007

"We fool ourselves with stories that cater to our...thirst for...patterns: the narrative fallacy.

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