Comment Policy

I absolutely encourage and welcome informed discussion on my blog – that’s a significant purpose blogs have. Please feel free to express your thoughts at anytime. Naturally, keep the conversation friendly and productive. We should disagree at times; however, it should be in a respectful, useful way. Also, please try to keep the conversation basically on topic; however, I fully recognize some of the best conversations veer into unexpected but wonderful directions. Blog comments should generally not be the length of a full blog post. 

Any comment that is deemed to be spam, attacks an individual, contains inappropriate (or illegal) language or links, or is in any other way deemed inappropriate is subject to editing or deletion at Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda’s sole discretion without notice. Repeat offenders are subject to being banned from viewing http://andrewpegoda.com and/or further action from WordPress.com. Anyone who makes me feel uncomfortable writing will be banned, as well. This is not censorship. This blog is my online “home.”

Finally, please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to many interesting, productive, insightful conversations and learning experiences with all of you. Thank you for your interest in my website and blog.

This policy is subject to revision at any time without notice.

Last updated June 2017

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3 replies

  1. Dear Andrew,
    I came to your blog by searching “teaching undergraduates”; it was such a pleasure to read your enlightened and thoughtful work. I study biology (as a graduate student) and teaching is a high priority to me. My background is in translation (Italian/Spanish) but I have been an apprentice of the sciences, so to speak, for many years. I just wanted to send my respect for your writing, and say hello: ser umano a ser umana.
    Kindly yours,
    Alicia

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