Marginally Significant

Marginally Significant

Andrew Smith, Twila Wingrove, Andrew Monroe, and Chris Holden

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Marginally Significant is a podcast discussing life in academia, issues with scientific research, and current events. Marginally Significant is hosted by Andrew Smith, Twila Wingrove, Andrew Monroe, and Chris Holden. These four psychologists were all trained at research-focused institutions, but now teach at a comprehensive university. Their unique experiences and shifting roles within their university allow them to see academic life from a particular perspective—a perspective that, although shared by many researchers, teachers, and academics, is often not represented by academics from elite universities. Listen to Marginally Significant to hear their opinions and insights, let them know when you agree or disagree, and contribute to the diversity of perspectives about scientific research and teaching in higher education.
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Marginally Significant is a podcast discussing life in academia, issues with scientific research, and current events. Marginally Significant is hosted by Andrew Smith, Twila Wingrove, Andrew Monroe, and Chris Holden. These four psychologists were all trained at research-focused institutions, but now teach at a comprehensive university. Their unique experiences and shifting roles within their university allow them to see academic life from a particular perspective—a perspective that, although shared by many researchers, teachers, and academics, is often not represented by academics from elite universities. Listen to Marginally Significant to hear their opinions and insights, let them know when you agree or disagree, and contribute to the diversity of perspectives about scientific research and teaching in higher education.
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Is our research important...

04 May 2020 | 01 hr 28 mins 35 secs

Is our research impo...

04 May 2020 | 01 hr 28 mins 35 secs

Quarantine in Academia

07 Apr 2020 | 01 hr 06 mins 41 secs

Quarantine in Academ...

07 Apr 2020 | 01 hr 06 mins 41 secs

Should we clean out the f...

31 Jan 2020 | 01 hr 05 mins 42 secs

Should we clean out ...

31 Jan 2020 | 01 hr 05 mins 42 secs

On the Market

14 Nov 2019 | 01 hr 14 mins 57 secs

On the Market

14 Nov 2019 | 01 hr 14 mins 57 secs

Judging People

16 Oct 2019 | 01 hr 06 mins 43 secs

Judging People

16 Oct 2019 | 01 hr 06 mins 43 secs

Are Grants Worth It?

26 Sep 2019 | 01 hr 04 secs

Are Grants Worth It?

26 Sep 2019 | 01 hr 04 secs

Diversity in Open Science

31 Aug 2019 | 01 hr 13 mins 03 secs

Diversity in Open Sc...

31 Aug 2019 | 01 hr 13 mins 03 secs

We Need More Power

10 Aug 2019 | 01 hr 02 mins 37 secs

We Need More Power

10 Aug 2019 | 01 hr 02 mins 37 secs

Who are Conferences Good ...

24 Jul 2019 | 01 hr 01 min 52 secs

Who are Conferences ...

24 Jul 2019 | 01 hr 01 min 52 secs

Let's Collaborate

07 Jul 2019 | 01 hr 01 min 41 secs

Let's Collaborate

07 Jul 2019 | 01 hr 01 min 41 secs

Acolytes of Knowledge and...

13 Jun 2019 | 51 mins 07 secs

Acolytes of Knowledg...

13 Jun 2019 | 51 mins 07 secs

Intellectual Clones

31 May 2019 | 56 mins 52 secs

Intellectual Clones

31 May 2019 | 56 mins 52 secs

Trust the Statisticians

11 May 2019 | 59 mins 26 secs

Trust the Statistici...

11 May 2019 | 59 mins 26 secs

The Evolution of "Just-So...

04 May 2019 | 48 mins 38 secs

The Evolution of "Ju...

04 May 2019 | 48 mins 38 secs

My Explicit Attitude agai...

21 Apr 2019 | 53 mins

My Explicit Attitude...

21 Apr 2019 | 53 mins