“Adulturated” — The Process of Growing Up

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Many of us have memorable school pictures. Snaggle-toothed grins of elementary captured & available in 3×5 or 8×11. Spiffy “church clothes” moments in time that fit in your loved ones’ wallets. Maybe yours is embarrassing. I had bangs in 6th … Continued

Maximizing Human Capital

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People are assets, useful and valuable stores of experience, qualities, knowledge, perspectives… Why are they useful, Heather? What makes them so valuable? Well, WE are each one-of-a-kind, which makes every single one of us precious. Your mom wasn’t kidding. But, … Continued

The Distance of Diversity

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I heard the term genetic evolution in a video that autoplayed after a TEDtalk I watched on YouTube. So, I looked it up, did some reading, and came across “evolutionary genetics”–the study of how genetic variation leads to evolutionary change. … Continued

Affinity Bias

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This article explains “affinity bias,” the psychological phenomenon where we have intuitive trust and fondness for people who appear to be like us. af·fin·i·ty Synonymous with “empathy for” or “rapport with,” the word affinity has Latin origins. It began with … Continued