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This is a Multiple Author Blog
Otis Faculty are enthusiastically encouraged to consider writing for this blog. We are interested in everything from teaching tips to theoretical musings. Accepted postings will be compensated through Jones grant funding.
If you are interested in submitting writing, please send a short email to Debra Ballard, the Editor and Blog Chief. Provide a sentence or two about the subject of your writing and say what category it falls into. Finished pieces should be about 500-600 words long. Sue Maberry will handle arrangements for payment of the honorarium once the writing has been accepted. Contact her if you want more details.