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Words are important. When an individual is given the language to describe themselves, and thus advocate for themselves, the individual is given power. Anwar Mhajne—Graduate School Dean’s Fellow, PhD candidate, podcast-listener, writer and feminist—was denied, for a long time, the proper language to describe herself. After completing a master’s at UC, she now is in the process of finishing her PhD in political science. Within her academic triumph, she has learned in what ways to give her words the utmost meaning.
After all the hard work you put into your research, you want to make sure everyone knows you were the one who did it. ORCID provides a free, permanent, unique identifier that marks research documents as yours alone.
You may think it odd two such vastly contrasting disciplines as literature and mathematics could marry inside the house of logic and academia, but this is precisely what Stephanie Alcantar—Graduate School Dean’s Fellow, PhD candidate, poet, mathematician, and sunset and coffee enthusiast—has dedicated her studies to demonstrating.