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Robert Schrag

Robert Schrag has been a communication professor for over 40 years, spending more than 3 decades at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. He is also a painter, sculptor, husband, and the father of two adult children. Robert and his wife, Christine, currently live in North Carolina.

He blogs at A Whole New Bucket, where he explores the role of new technology.

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Trump’s Backhanded Boost to Science

Trump’s Backhanded Boost to Science

Arguing data with those in power is as futile as my fruitless attempts to convince my smartphone-addicted students that the world will be unaffected, and they will be better informed if they go off the grid for 75 minutes. So, what do you do to make American science smart again?

Composing the Symphony of Our Life

Composing the Symphony of Our Life

The universe is both harmonic and sentient, and the primary objective in our existence is to bring our own chord – manifested in music, thought, word and deed – into harmony with the over arching universal chord.

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