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Project Summary, 2010 Utah State University

Project Summary

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Tri-Council For Gender Programs: History, Carol Strong, Pamela Riley, Janet Osborne 2010 Utah State University

Tri-Council For Gender Programs: History, Carol Strong, Pamela Riley, Janet Osborne

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What's New At Sponsored Programs, Dennis J. Paffrath 2010 Utah State University

What's New At Sponsored Programs, Dennis J. Paffrath

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Research Resources, 2010 Utah State University

Research Resources

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University Undergraduate Research Fellows, 2010 Utah State University

University Undergraduate Research Fellows

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Think..Discovery, 2010 Utah State University

Think..Discovery

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Spins And Smarts Notes, 2010 Utah State University

Spins And Smarts Notes

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Protecting Your Technology, 2010 Utah State University

Protecting Your Technology

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Nsf Advance, 2010 Utah State University

Nsf Advance

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Multicultural Life At Usu, Moises Diaz 2010 Utah State University

Multicultural Life At Usu, Moises Diaz

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Guidelines On Searches For Senior Faculty Members Or Administration, 2010 Utah State University

Guidelines On Searches For Senior Faculty Members Or Administration

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From The Usu Colleges ( Agriculture, Science, Natural Resources, Engineering) Targeted By Advance, 2010 Utah State University

From The Usu Colleges ( Agriculture, Science, Natural Resources, Engineering) Targeted By Advance

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Checklist For Promotion And Tenure Committee Chairs, 2010 Utah State University

Checklist For Promotion And Tenure Committee Chairs

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Consortium For The Professional Development Of Native Americans In Natural And Earth Sciences At Utah State University, Mary Feng 2010 Utah State University

Consortium For The Professional Development Of Native Americans In Natural And Earth Sciences At Utah State University, Mary Feng

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Come Prepare For Your Future, 2010 Utah State University

Come Prepare For Your Future

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Best Practicers Checklist For Running A Faculty Search, 2010 Utah State University

Best Practicers Checklist For Running A Faculty Search

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Advancing The Careers Of Women In Science, Technology, Engineering, And Mathematics, 2010 Utah State University

Advancing The Careers Of Women In Science, Technology, Engineering, And Mathematics

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Advance Institutional Transformation Award, 2010 Utah State University

Advance Institutional Transformation Award

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Getting Grants At The National Science Foundation, Jim Powell, Kim Sullivan, Anne Anderson 2010 Utah State University

Getting Grants At The National Science Foundation, Jim Powell, Kim Sullivan, Anne Anderson

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Comment On James Boyd White's Book "Living Speech" (Princeton 2006), Yofi Tirosh 2010 Tel Aviv University

Comment On James Boyd White's Book "Living Speech" (Princeton 2006), Yofi Tirosh

Yofi Tirosh

Professor White introduces a new way for thinking about speech; a new measure for assessing it. He invites us to use speech carefully and responsibly, in what he calls “living speech.” Caring about the value of speech is not merely an aesthetic endeavor. As meaning making creatures, as “centers of meaning,” we should know how to recognize the speech that is essential to our humanness. Because living speech is “what enables any of us to be a person in the first place” (16).

How can we recognize living speech? The short answer that White gives us, which is indeed poetic ...


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