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Category Archive: Announcements

Jun 02 2014

Teen Attends University, Can Now Tell You Her Experience Fits Erikson’s Developmental Model for Early Adulthood

I have talked a lot about graduating in the last months. I have technically finished classes at this point, and I’m in the thick of writing final papers and packing. …and, I don’t have a good ending story for college. No elevator pitch. No pithy commentary. College was a time of self-discovery, but honestly. Call …

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May 01 2014

Housekeeping Note

I’m trading the freezing hellscape of Chicago for the Bay Area today through Sunday, and likely won’t be minding comments or answering questions at all. Apologies if your thoughtful rebuttal gets caught in moderation. Monday Miscellany may occur on time, but this depends heavily on how well I adapt to the time changes and such. …

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Apr 27 2014

Halloooo!

There’s a new set of readers over here, and I wanted to stick a quick “wave, smile, and offer a nice hot dish” post up. I’m Kate! I write Gruntled & Hinged. Many? Possibly most? of you seem to have come over from Slate Star Codex, but there was a recent influx of people from …

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Apr 02 2014

Speaking at Illinois-Wesleyan, 4/12 [UPDATED]

I spent much of my spring break in Boston and ran into a few people who live in the area, but hadn’t met in person. And I heard, more than once, “You’re Kate! From the internet!” Which….is true. However! I am planning to exist in my corporeal form in two weeks, when I’ll be speaking …

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Feb 18 2014

Science Meets Social Services: Helping Effectively

Used with permission from Sunday Assembly Chicago

This Sunday, at a bright and sunny hour, I’ll be speaking at Chicago’s Sunday Assembly. I’m testing out a new talk, a little lighter on the psychopathology research, and a little heavier on staying sane while serving others. From the release: Donovan will discuss our world of grieving friends, social inequality, and thousands of charities …

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Jan 29 2014

FtBConscience 2: Mental Illness in Society

FtBCon

It’s that time of year where you don’t know what I’m referencing, but if I keep sounding more excited, suspense will build! …Which is to say, FtBConscience, our online conference extraordinaire, will be happening this weekend. I’ve been a little behind on announcing anything at all, in part because, see that date range up there? …

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Jan 28 2014

Gruntled & Hinged Housekeeping

This is a periodic reminder that I have a Twitter and a Tumblr, and G&H has a Facebook Page. Twitter is an easy way to get in touch with me, but I’m entirely unlikely to engage in debates there–it’s a frustrating and overly brusque time-suck. The tumblr is probably least like this blog. It includes …

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Nov 23 2013

In Which Scary Things Happened, Decisions Were Made, And I Didn’t Blog

SO. Dear readers. I have been really great about blogging Monday Miscellany link posts. Except for that time I posted on Tuesday last week. And when I haven’t done them. Okay, so I’ve been mediocre. But! There are reasons! 1) Big Life Changes. I’m increasingly sold on the idea of graduate school following this year. …

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Nov 15 2013

At This Absurd Hour…

….I am sitting in the airport, about to catch my flight to St. Louis, where I will drive with Miri and Adam Lee to SKEPTICON. -I am going to be tabling for the Secular Student Alliance. You should come by and hear about how awesome we are. I am almost as exclamatory in person as …

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Oct 31 2013

Love FtB, Hate Ads? We’ve got a solution for you!

For those who hate seeing ads and/or those who would like to financially support this network of blogs, Jason Thibeault at Lousy Canuck has set up a system that will give you ad-free access by purchasing a subscription. The rates are $3 for a 30-day subscription, $8 for 90-day subscription, and $30 for a 365-day subscription and one subscription applies to all the blogs at …

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