Author: ramiller

Shawn Dorius: Ten simple rules to ruin a collaborative environment

Here, you will find a bit of satire, written from the not-so-funny, real experiences of the authors who have been involved in “team science” collaboratives. The material presented below covers topics that readers may find offensive or even traumatizing. We present a breakdown (pun intended) of how to ruin a functioning collaboration, rather than how … Continue reading Shawn Dorius: Ten simple rules to ruin a collaborative environment

Katherine Dentzman: Women, Race and Place in U.S. Agriculture

Research on women in U.S. agriculture highlights how, despite real challenges, women have made and continue to make spaces for themselves in this male-dominated profession. We argue that, partly due to data accessibility limitations, this work has tended to use white women’s experiences in agriculture as universal. Analyzing micro-data from the 2017 Census of Agriculture, … Continue reading Katherine Dentzman: Women, Race and Place in U.S. Agriculture