Jennifer Rockwood, director of the First Year Experience in Academic Affairs at the University of Toledo
Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error by Kathryn Schulz
Thoughts on the book: It's about the positive aspects of failing and being wrong sometimes. It kind of celebrates fallability. I'm reading it because I have a lot to do with students having first year experiences [in college] and they hit bumps sometimes and they have to realize everything can't be perfect.
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