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- IF Fellow Adolf Gundersen's brief essay, Neither Star Nor Gypsy: How I Found Happiness Outside of Academia, appears in the July 2016 edition of Political Science & Politics. It is Gundersen's contribution to a seminar on political science PhD's careers … Read more
- Many of my IF colleagues and affiliated facilitators have had the experience of lively discussions of Interactivity Foundation guidebooks that conclude with discussants asking “what’s next?”. These expressions of confusion, frustration, and agitation vary from person to person and may … Read more
- --Jeff Prudhomme When the Rio summer Olympics roll around in August, billions of viewers around the world will be glued to screens, cheering on some of the world’s greatest athletes. Many of us will root for our nation’s athletes, hoping to … Read more