In this episode, Dr. Lisa Unangst reflects on how her curiosity for an inquiry has been guiding her scholarship. As our Book Review Section Editor, she also talks about centering the previously underrepresented perspectives including that of the Global South, the use of technology to manage your readings, and some creative approaches to writing book reviews. The latter conversation also includes an overview of the new mentorship program by the STAR Scholars Network.Read more about NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP5: On Book Reviews with Dr. Lisa Unangst
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NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP4: On Researching International Students with Dr. Jenna Mittelmeier2022-05-19
What critical questions do we need to ask ourselves when researching international students? In this episode, our Research-in-Context Section Editor Dr. Jenna Mittelmeier talks about the need to challenge the deficit narratives. Tune in to hear more about her own journey in building empathy with international students, seeing writing as “an art form that we participate in” and how your whole self matters in navigating the academic career.Read more about NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP4: On Researching International Students with Dr. Jenna Mittelmeier
Continuing with the theme of academic writing, Dr. Cora Lingling Xu will talk about writing groups in this episode. What does it mean to write with a community? How does it work? Dr. Xu shares her transformative experiences by being part of writing groups, and how it played a role in her path to becoming a scholar as a first-generation international student.Read more about NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP3: On Writing Groups with Dr. Cora Lingling Xu
NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP 2: On Writing & Joining a Scholarly Conversation with Dr. Stephanie K. Kim2022-01-14
In Season 1, you will hear from a series of scholars about how they developed their relationship with writing, and how they became authentic and strong writers in their field. In this episode, Dr. Stephanie K. Kim shares her story on how she evolved as a writer and a scholar across coasts, cultures, and countries and helps us demystify the academic publishing process.Read more about NEW EPISODE! Global Scholar Stories Podcast - EP 2: On Writing & Joining a Scholarly Conversation with Dr. Stephanie K. Kim
Our new special collection series, Novas Voces, introduces you to 12 emerging scholars and their high-impact research. Join us in amplifying new voices in the field by citing their work!Read more about Novas Voces: Meet Emerging Scholars and Their High-Impact Research
Submit your proposal for the Special Issue on Virtual Exchange: Evidence and Analysis to Advance the Field by 31 October 2021. Learn more >>Read more about Call for Papers: Special Issue on Virtual Exchange: Evidence and Analysis to Advance the Field