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Mark O. Martin

This is such a good idea, and for so many reasons!

Amy, thank you for posting this. I remember the first time I attended a symposium with non science faculty. I was surprised to see my colleagues in English literally reading a paper out loud! It was funny: one might expect science nerds to read things aloud, while English profs ought to present many slides while dancing about.

Science and nonscience faculty don't seem to understand one another, too often.

So this kind of thing builds the obvious bridge between C.P. Snow's "Two Cultures."

May I also say that I envy your energy, and appreciate your example?

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