7 No. 3
December 2004/January 2005
Its Own Sake
When knowledge isn't
you package and promote your knowledge is equally as important as
how to produce world-class knowledge. Jagdish
Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing
don’t think the basic researcher has an obligation to apply
what he or she discovers.
Duke, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology
Negative Benefits of Historical Study
On not applying the lessons of the past
Allitt, Professor of History
graduate and postdoctoral education
Marsteller, Senior Lecturer in Biology and Director of
the Emory College Center for Science Education
The power and popularization of an ancient art at Emory
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