A really fun and engaging read from Orion: https://orionmagazine.org/article/ed-yong-alice-wong-interview/
I heard about this book directly from the author via LinkedIn of all places. She sent me a copy and I read it very quickly. This is a story about global malnutrition and all its parts — her writing style is approachable and well-researched. The science is spot on and the story is clear —
I teach a Research Methods course and one of my graduate students turned me on to this book by way of her capstone project about negotiation. Negotiation is a skill that the dietetics field is now working on developing within our curriculum so it is highly relevant to my work to read this as well
I completed a draft of COLOR LABS this morning and thought it would be fun to share here. Link below. I have been working on this for too long and it’s not perfect, but here’s to finishing what we start. Link to COLOR LABS: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xsndj96xza0643s/Color%20Labs%20May%202022.pdf?dl=0
Live music: Jazz Poetry Month: Vadim NeselovskyiOdesa—A Musical Walk Through a Legendary City Monday, May 16 at 7:00 PM EDT(Run time: 90 minutes) From the City of Asylum — I wish I could attend in 3D but online is such a privilege– “The most promising of the young improvisers.” (The Guardian/UK). “Extraordinary playing” (Los Angeles Times). “A strong
During visits from friends and family the past weeks I was able to go to the Crocker Art Museum and take advantage of the family membership that was gifted to us for the holidaze. The Candy Store was such a fun exhibit – I am glad I got there. Here’s a link for more info:
This is worth a listen — the lyrics are delightful and remind me of Gertrude Stein–
A lovely children’s book we’ve been reading for a few months, though last night Baby A pulled it out herself – very lyrical, great illustrations – definitely worth a look & read if you get the chance!