Working with Intelligent People Across Cultures Makes It All Worthwhile

Sandra Houston, PhD: Working with Intelligent People Across Cultures Makes It All Worthwhile

Satisfaction comes from interacting with intelligent people across cultures.

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Paths of Family Planning and Different Options Along the Way
How a flexible schedule as a professor made it possible to have a family and a career.

Words of Wisdom: Dr. Houston
The importance of remembering that graduate school is only one part of a larger career.

Sexual Harassment: It's Not Just You
The importance of sharing stories of sexual harassment with others to gain support.

Keep Looking for Faculty Support
The importance of finding the right advisor to support your research goals.

Dealing with Inappropriate Events
Suggestions for how to deal with sexist comments.

Becoming an Independent Voice as a Young Faculty Member
The process of establishing yourself in the same department as your spouse.

Reflecting on "Why" and "How"
The importance of giving yourself credit and remembering why you are doing what you're doing.

Non-Progress Is Still Progress
The importance of peer relationships and the learning process that takes place despite concrete outcomes.

Becoming an Independent Voice as a Young Faculty Member
The process of establishing yourself in the same department as your spouse.

Keep Looking for Faculty Support
The importance of finding the right advisor to support your research goals.

The Importance of Having Positive Working Relationships: A Case Study
The importance of good working relationships and when it's worth putting forth effort.

Distinguishing Customs and Roles in International Relations (Part 1)
Highlights the universal customs of science.

Being Comfortable as a Woman Among Men
Emphasizes positive peer relationships within her cohort.

Being "Queen" of the Team
Playing a variety of roles as the only woman in the department.

The Transformation to Faculty
Highlights the gendered assumptions encountered as a faculty member.

Words of Wisdom: Dr. Lunardini
The importance of finding your own style.

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