Research takes longer than you think – Don’t wait!

Every day I speak with students who need something in 2 days or need to graduate in a few months.  The problem is that some things take time—research takes time (often 3-4 times as long as one anticipates), editing takes time, committees can be slow with feedback, and life happens too.  But who bears the

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow, in 1943, wrote a paper that addressed human motivation that became “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.” The five stages are Physiological needs, Safety needs, Esteem, Self-actualization, and Self-transcendence. While most of us in the US have our physiological needs met (e.g., food, water, shelter), safety needs may not be so obvious a deficit. By safety

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