Where have I been?
I ended up in the emergency room on November 22nd. It was pretty scary. Thankfully, in the non-Covid part of the ER no one was there and they took me right back. It might have been the gasping for breath but I’m a little fuzzy on the details. I’m a half full kind of girl and in most instances that
Follow the Science
I believe common sense is a better indicator of what a leader should do, than science. Let me be clear, I follow the science. I am a political scientist and I live with a chemist/physician and have raised an IT professional, engineer and researcher. So I love science, but science is always changing because we learn things. The purpose of
Back in Class
I’m in my final two semesters till I graduate. I have made a lot of changes. First, I was planning to do a PhD, but honestly, once I got into it, I wasn’t sure I would live long enough to finish. Thankfully, the new Dean of SPIA, Matthew Auer, said, “Martha, you have a practical PhD, you could just do